The murder of former Houston resident George Floyd in late May struck a chord with Summar McGee and Sonia Torres Rodríguez, as it did for so many people around the world.
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When you speak with Raj Salhotra about his mission to improve opportunities for under-resourced students, your first response is to ask where to sign up to help. The focus of … Read More
Violinist Chelsea Sharpe has performed at Carnegie Hall and the Hollywood Bowl and has been conducted by everyone from John Williams to Kanye West. As a fellow at the New … Read More
As an electrical engineering major, Vivas Kumar learned a lot about batteries and energy storage for electricity. This knowledge came in handy after graduation, when he joined Tesla’s battery materials team … Read More
In March, Kim Rightor was a year and a half into her Peace Corps stint when she and more than 7,000 other volunteers were evacuated due to COVID-19 — the first … Read More
Shaan Patel is only 28 years old, but his resume reads like one that belongs to a seasoned professional — he’s an architectural designer, owns a design and construction firm, … Read More
Estevan Delgado was just months away from graduation when he felt called to change his life’s course.
Though he had long planned to become a physician, Delgado began reconsidering what … Read More
Chethan: I applied early decision to Rice. I wanted to go to a place that was warm and friendly and very diverse. I wasn’t crazy about the idea of being … Read More
Bonnie: “We’re in the country-country, Ms. Miller, we really have nothing to worry about,” the lead teacher on my hall reassured me. Characteristically, she sought to allay any fears about … Read More
I am a critical pulmonary care physician, which means that I manage the most critically ill patients in the hospital — generally, patients who have multiple organ failure. Because they … Read More
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