Features: Global Citizen

Even as the White House withdraws from international treaties and alliances, we are reminded daily that the nations of the world are growing ever more interconnected, their fates ever more dependent on mutual success. Sarah Lawrence has long recognized that we are all global citizens, with the attendant responsibilities such standing confers.

In these times, waiting for someone else to step up to the challenges is no longer an option.

Anything But Neutral

Anything But Neutral

Malkia Cyril ’96 sees net neutrality as a civil rights issue for the 21st century, and she’s become a leading voice in the movement.

Force of Nature

Force of Nature

Nearly half a century ago, anthropologist Lux Boelitz Vidal ’51 ventured into the Amazon rainforest to study Brazil’s long-oppressed indigenous populations. She’s still there.

Exposing a Trail of Devastation

Exposing a Trail of Devastation

In her fieldwork and research, Julie Michelle Klinger ’06 explores the hazardous mining of rare earth materials needed to build our computers and cell phones.

65 Million and Counting

65 Million and Counting

The world has more displaced people than any time in nearly 75 years. Those who come to their aid see human beings, not statistics.

Making Sense of the Global Economy

Making Sense of the Global Economy

At NPR, Uri Berliner ’77 helped launch Planet Money and works on prize-winning programs that explain the international forces of finance.

The Art of the Diplomatic Deal

The Art of the Diplomatic Deal

Ambassador Brooke Anderson ’86 traveled the world while negotiating on behalf of the US government. These days she’s not enjoying the view from the diplomatic sidelines.