While some alums rough it out on the streets of Williamsburg, Katherine Bascom ’10 remains closely tied with her undergraduate roots, and now works as the 2010-2011 Russell House Fellow.
Every year, the University opens its doors to certain “nontraditional” students—those who are not of conventional college age but still wish to pursue a post-secondary education. Deb Hall ’11 is one of these students.
Just reading the “Facts” section of the Brighter Dawns brochures found around campus is a sobering experience.
With midterm elections on the horizon, keep an eye out for three prominent University alumni on the ballot: Peter Shumlin ’79, John Hickenlooper ’74 ’80 MA, and Michael Bennet ’87. Both Hickenlooper and Bennet are Democrats running in Colorado, with Hickenlooper for governor and Bennet seeking reelection in the U.S. Senate.