September 2018

Kevin Ninh: From bullied teen to social media star

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Kevin Ninh, known as Flawless Kevin online, entertains half a million followers with comedy sketches and makeup tips. Beyond the laughs and beneath the eyeliner, he is carving out a space for himself and others. Ninh graduated last June with ...

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Gustafson and Lanza participate in 2018 Pen to Paper Retreat

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Two IAS faculty members, Carrie Lanza and Kristin Gustafson, participated in the 2018 Pen to Paper Retreat in August. The two-and-a-half-day writing retreat brought scholars -- faculty, professional staff, graduate students, and community partners -- together for time focused on writing with, for, and about community engagement. Participants "unfurled" writing projects, pitched publication ideas to editors of leading community engagement journals, and built a new network of ...

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Allyson Fredericksen helps organizations thrive

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Allyson Fredericksen has dedicated more than 10 years to serving nonprofits. Passionate about social justice and mobilizing communities for change, she has found her calling as a strategic operations professional, helping organizations create efficient and effective internal systems so they can focus on their missions. Fredericksen is thrilled to ...

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Ted Hiebert publishes “Excerpts from the Library of Babel: A meditation on writing, electricity, and ghosts”

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IAS faculty member Ted Hiebert published “Excerpts from the Library of Babel: A meditation on writing, electricity, and ghosts” in Performance Research vol. 23 (On Writing and Performance). The essay reflects on Jorge Luis Borges’s story of a library—so vast it contains a copy of every book that has ever (or could ever) be ...

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