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Students Organize L&C’s First TEDx Event

TEDx student organizers Ochuko Akpovbovbo BA ’21, Gracie Packard BA ’22, Tuse Mahenya BA ’2...TEDx的学生组织者Ochuko akpovbovbo BA '21,'22格雷西惠普BA,BA土色mahenya '21,'20和EVA马加纳学士学位。 信用:妮娜·约翰逊

Tuse Mahenya BA ’21, an English major and political economy minor from Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, demonstrated her entrepreneurial spirit by being the lead organizer for L&C’s first-ever TEDx event on October 9.

泰德,代表技术,娱乐和设计,如致力于传播思想与20世纪80年代开始的非营利性,通过短,强大的会谈。

Mahenya participated in a TEDx event while attending a UWC (United World Colleges) international baccalaureate school in eSwatini (formerly Swaziland). Many of L&C’s international students hail from UWC schools around the world and are part of the Davis United World College Scholars Program, created to encourage UWC students to continue their education in the U.S. and build international and intercultural understanding.

当晚的主题是“解构”与发言人询问观众重新思考偏见和成见塑造我们的世界。从主题中,我们形成音乐和如何关系协同运作,与来自学院表演的清唱组区间线路驱动器和舞蹈家LaTroy罗宾逊BA '18连接的神经学典范途径不等。该活动是由中心Bates的创业精神和领导资助,从学生学术事务委员会(SAAB)的帮助。

Mahenya hopes TEDx will have a lifespan far past her graduation. Her vision is that every student will get a chance to attend at least one TEDx event while at Lewis & Clark.

“I think TED’s motto, “ideas worth spreading,” is the epitome of the liberal arts experience: multifaceted, collaborative, driven by passion and the pursuit of knowledge,” she says. “I hope that in continuing the legacy, if nothing else remains, L&C students know that their stories need to be heard.”

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