Christine Umeh

Fourth-year communication studies major Christine Umeh, who has set her sights on carving out a media career in Nigeria, studied modern and traditional elements of African society while in Ghana.
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Natalie Dickinson

“We Are The Kids,” communication studies major Natalie Dickinson’s blog, has amassed some 25,000 followers, the majority of whom are young people looking to break into the music industry.
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Emily Tebbetts

After thousands of entries from young photographers across the country, Sony chose the talented Emily Tebbetts to be Taylor Swift’s photographer for a day.
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Nick Fei

Senior Nick Fei turned his internship with the British Consulate-General in Hong Kong into a contractor position planning a global business week.
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Katie McCabe

Northeastern student Katie McCabe served as point-of-contact for English-speaking guests at a 5-star resort in Shanghai, China.
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Elisabeth Fiumara

Lis­tening to top offi­cials from U.S. secu­rity firms dis­cuss the cyber­se­cu­rity threats fac­ing the global com­mu­nity gave Elis­a­beth Fiu­mara an insider’s per­spec­tive on an emerg­ing industry.
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Devin Rebello

Voice­less, 2008 Sil­ver Lake High School grad­u­ate Devin Rebello ral­lied out­side the State House in sol­i­dar­ity with the state’s fos­ter chil­dren fac­ing an uncer­tain future.
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Joel Marsh

“One Step For­ward,” Joel Marsh’s short film shot in reverse about a whim­sical young man who pro­poses to his girl­friend on a sunny after­noon in the park, won Best Film at the 2011 Boston 48 Hour Film Project.
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Amina Temkin

Amina Temkin wit­nessed poverty on a Dia­logue of Civ­i­liza­tions pro­gram to Kenya last year, but on co-​​op in Ecuador, she’s expe­ri­encing a much more per­sonal account of what it means to be poor. 
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Jillian Butler

Jillian, along with the North­eastern Uni­ver­sity chapter of the National Res­i­dence Hall Hon­orary encour­aged stu­dents to donate five min­utes, five hours or five dol­lars to improve the community.
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