Hamline’s sustainability team, under the leadership of Valentine Cadieux, spent their summer getting their hands dirty and keeping them that way. It was productive time spent outdoors in more ways than one. Working in the dirt complemented classroom and other traditional liberal arts learning experiences, plus it was beneficial to our community.
澳门真钱游戏 is a leader in student community service with the Liberal Education as Practice (LEAP), which began in 2013. As part of first-year students’ fall orientation, LEAP introduces new Pipers to the importance of community involvement and learning through immersion in not only life on campus, but in the surrounding neighborhoods and communities.
Abby Thompson, who will be a senior Digital Media Ethic and Cinema flex major this fall, used 澳门真钱游戏's Summer Collaborative 大学本科 Research program to develop her research project, entitled "The Exploration and Application of Female Representation in Narrative Cinema" -- a film with all-female creators and cast.
澳门真钱游戏 has been selected to host and help organize training for the media on racial equity in an event called Truth and Transformation: Changing Racial Narratives in Media. The Saint Paul and Minnesota Community Foundations awarded a $250,000 grant to six partner organizations, including Hamline, for the planning of this event.
Zinzile Sibanda was the first international student to address a Hamline Commencement. She spoke movingly at the 2018 undergraduate graduation ceremony about her 8000-plus mile journey to the school and her powerful experience with the community here. She concluded by challenging her classmates to continue to build and strengthen communities once they leave Hamline.