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Once Upon a Crime

The Forensic and National Security Sciences Institute, based in the College, is a leader in the study of DNA forensic analysis. Senior scientist Michael Marciano, shown here with students Danielle Lindgren '14 (left) and Victoria Czabafy '15, provides hands-on training in the study of bioterrorism threats, chemical detection and analysis, and sample provenance and origin.

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Quadruple Major

When Bo Stewart ’15 graduates in May, he’ll have four reasons to be happy. Stewart is a quadruple major—one of a few in this year’s graduating class--in economics, political science, policy studies, and Spanish. Also a University Scholar nominee, he hopes to embark on a career in international law. 

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Standout Scholar

Natalie Rebeyev ’15, a dual major in biology and Jewish studies, has been named a Gates Cambridge Scholar, enabling her to pursue a full-time postgraduate degree in any subject at the University of Cambridge (U.K.). She is one of only 40 students in the United States to receive the scholarship.

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