Sociology’s Xolela Mangcu grew up in segregated South Africa and has been hailed as its “most prolific public intellectual.” As he writes the first African-authored biography of Nelson Mandela, he urges young people to continue fighting injustice.
Isabel Pellegrino, BA ’19, merged her journalism interest with her communication skills to land an internship with Edelman, a global communications firm. Now she’s turned that experience into a full-time job with the agency.
Flooded cities aren’t the only dangerous consequence of rising sea levels. A new study by Biology’s Keryn Gedan highlights the threat that climate change poses to rural land, including the potential loss of farm acreage as water rises.
The practice of viewing social media posts from only likeminded people was lambasted in the wake of the 2016 presidential election. But a new study by SMPA’s Ethan Porter questions whether social bubbles are really as harmful as we think.