The Columns

Summer Opportunities 2017

When summer classes ended in May, dozens of students continued their education through a myriad of opportunities on campus and beyond. Now that a new school year is fast approaching, many are reporting back on what they learned and how those experiences have impacted their future studies and career plans.

Where did they go and what did they do?

Topics included the tumultuous relationship between Robert Devereux (second Earl of Essex) and Queen Elizabeth I, the dynamics of periodic water surges, and historical artifacts surrounding a turn-of-the-century murder, while locations ranged from South Africa to Capitol Hill.

And this is just the beginning. Be sure to check back as we post new stories each week.

On Campus

In Lexington
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Beyond Lexington
Visiting George at Home
Anna Milewski ’18 has spent time in fields, labs, carpenter shops and seminar rooms – and it was all part of one internship at the home of George Washington.
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