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Jeffrey Yu, President Magill, Taussia Boadi, and Elizabeth Ramos cut the ribbon to celebrate the reopening of the ARCH building with cultural resource centers and affiliated groups, many of which were formerly housed at the garden level, now having full use of the building.

Reopening the ARCH building

A Sept. 7 event celebrated the building’s new incarnation as a centrally located space dedicated exclusively to cultural resource centers and affiliate groups.

1927 architectural drawing of the ARCH building

Reimagining Space, Place, & Belonging

In all of our spaces, we are making sure we consider the needs of our undergraduate and graduate students, both in terms of formal programmatic use and their needs for interaction and building relationships across identities.

Sean Massa outdoors with a lake behind him dressed in a suit

Embracing Intersectionality: Sean Massa

Before Sean Massa (C’15) could apprehend the intercultural understanding needed to launch a career in foreign diplomacy, he first had to discover his own individual identity.

NROTC graduates from left to right: Allan Cate, Madeline McAvoy, and Robert Blend. All three are commissioned officers, as of a May 14 ceremony.

‘Selflessness and service’

Most 17-year-olds don’t know what they want to do for the next 10 years of their lives. However, May graduates Robert Blend, Allan Cate, and