Our foreign affairs students explore human rights in politics. Debates and discussions abounding, these 'politicians' and 'CEOs' are introduced to the role that social media plays when it is used as a tool to share both correct and false information.
Former United States Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power video chats with students about foreign policy and international relations. Inspiring the crowd, she urges them to do good in small, manageable doses instead of trying to change the world at once.
On campus, the United Nations has been delving into some serious political matters. Focus students are taking on the challenge of individually representing countries from all around the world in a simulation of a summit.
Diplomacy is more than just the name of a board game— It's a way of life for our focus students as they explore world issues and determine complex political decisions.
You'd be hard-pressed to find a classroom full of more politically savvy history buffs. Students delve right in on the first day as they analyze and discuss the Cuban Missile Crisis and governmental decisions that accompanied it.
EXPLO Foreign Affairs students arrive and are ready to leap into action. After a campus tour and orientation, students get briefed about their first assignments.
Overheard as students wait to speak with Scholar-in-Residence Dovie Thomason after her performance
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Students from around the world playing soccer together
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