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Lauren Moses (B.A., International Studies, ’16) essay on a liberal arts education mentioned in The Huffington Post

August 18, 2016

Lauren Moses (B.A., International Studies, 2016) in Turkey while a student at the Jackson School of International Studies. Photo credit: Lauren Moses

Lauren Moses (B.A., International Studies, 2016) is featured in the article “The Presidential Election, the Liberal Arts and an Engaged Citizenry” in The Huffington Post for her prize-winning essay on how her liberal arts education advocated for the experience of different cultures and open-mindedness and led to her Dubai and Istanbul and to interviewing of female Muslim students about feminism.

Moses won second place in the 2015-2016 College Essay Contest for the Washington Consortium for the Liberal Arts which asks students to write about the importance of the liberal arts.

She is also the recipient of the Jackson School’s 2016 High Honors Award for the outstanding quality of research and writing of her senior honors thesis.



Read the full article here