Alisyn Camerota, SOC/BA '88, has an early start every weekend.
Is there a connection between hip-hop and religion? Kimberly Williams, SOC/BA '00, thinks so.
Fewer than 50 percent of students will graduate from high school in Denver, says Mary Seawell, SOC/BA ’91, who was recently elected to the Denver Public Schools Board of Education.
SOC alumnus Steve Dorsey ’08 chalks his job search success up to luck, but determination and talent played roles, too.
Just six years out of college, Lindsay Webster, SOC/BA ’03, recipient of the 2009 Rising Star Award, has distinguished herself not only as an outstanding young professional, but as one dedicated to addressing important social issues.
A seasoned journalist, filmmaker, and professor whose debut novel, The Night Counter, has already garnered widespread praise, Alia Yunis, SOC/MA ’91, relies on basic storytelling skills to distill her work across fields to its most essential points.