Maya Ulin-O'Keefe '17
Fighting for social justice has always been a passion for me and this summer the LILAC program offered me a chance to follow my passions in an incredible environment.
“This experience has shown me how the system really works,” says Angela. “I had a notion of how things work but being able to get a hands-on experience has made it a lot clearer to me.”
Posse students Katherine Mallea '20 and Tiana Evelyn '20 work with Professor of Biology Peter Brodfuehrer
McCauley, whose research looks at "lone-wolf" terrorists and paths to radicalization, was quoted in both The New York Times and Time magazine in the wake of the Orlando shooting.
Paola Bernal ’17
Originally from Houston, Paola is a sociology major, a Posse Scholar, and a Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellow at Bryn Mawr.
Deep pocketed initiatives led at least one grassroots gay men’s organization away from broader political and social objectives.
Photo of Lydia Sanchez Smiling
Lydia Sanchez '18 is hoping to use the experience as preparation for a federal government career in foreign service.
students in graduation gowns
The more than 300 undergraduate members of the Class of 2015 will receive their degrees.
Getrude Makurumidze
Born and initially raised in the mining town of Kwekwe, Zimbabwe, Getrude has lived with aunts and uncles since her parents and new-born sister died as part of a wave of AIDS-related deaths.


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