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    Although it wasn’t his intention, Curtis Rabe ’16 seems to be following his parents’ career path thanks to an opportunity with the Fulbright program.
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    Student veterans look just like everyone else, Erin Murphy said, but they’ve had vastly different experiences.
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    Political Q & A with Alison Dagnes
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    A physics major with dual minors in chemistry and biology, Brad Foreman spent the first month of his summer interning at NASA’s Ames Research Center in Mountain View, California.
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    If you stroll across campus with junior Sandra Kimborowicz, be sure to plan ample time. The international management major knows and greets nearly everyone she passes.
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    "The trip to Wallops Island is an experience I'll take with me everywhere." Amanda Krok, BS Geoenvironmental Science, 2015.
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    Luis Melara pursued the Fulbright in order to learn about teaching methods of mathematics in India and compare it with practices in the United States. His overall intention is to improve his undergraduate teaching practices at Ship.
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    Tim Usher is a junior from Laurel, Maryland majoring in Criminal Justice. His internship with the Ocean City police department has allowed him to follow his dream of becoming a police officer.
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    Lily Rodas is a senior majoring in Spanish with a double minor in business and communication. She plans to continue her Ship education for two more semesters so that she can complete both of her minors as well as her certificate of translation.
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    Ruben Bourdeau is a sophomore majoring in Finance from Wilkes Barre, PA. SU Magazine recently talked to Ruben about his experiences as a Ship student.
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    Before taking on her internship through the Master’s of Social Work program, Beth Hornbaker only had a vague knowledge of Head Start.