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Ten Minutes With: Aimée Eubanks Davis ’95

Bridging the Gap After graduation Aimée Eubanks Davis ’95 worked at Teach For America (TFA) in New Orleans and later directed a nonprofit summer-school program aimed to keep those same students on track between academic years. When she was recruited to join the TFA staff…... » Read more

Turning a love of video games into an exciting career

Allegra Frank ’15 is the associate culture editor at Vox, a news and opinion website. A film studies major, she began her career — almost immediately after graduation — at Polygon, a website that covers news, business, culture, reviews and videos related to gaming, where…... » Read more

Legally blind and running marathons

Alison Lynch ’10 has been busy the past eight years. She earned a law degree and then a master’s — in mental disability law — from New York Law School, published in academic journals and established a practice in the Protection and Advocacy for Individuals…... » Read more

Mount Holyoke lawyer finds her niche as law school dean

From the age of nine, Markeisha Miner ’99 knew what she wanted to be when she grew up: a lawyer. After Mount Holyoke, where she majored in African and African-American studies, she attended the University of Michigan Law School and soon landed a job as…... » Read more