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A Day in the Late Night Life

A Day in the Late Night Life

Most people don’t get the chance to witness a Paul McCartney mini-concert at their jobs. But for Brittany Payne, ’12, it’s all in a late night’s work. In her role as audience coordinator at Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, and previously as a page for NBCUniversal (NBCU), Payne has seen her fair... Read more »


An Organic Mission

An Organic Mission

  In April of her senior year at La Salle, Liz Wagner, ’11, like many college seniors, worried about her life post-graduation: Would she have a job and, if so, where? As the pressure built, Wagner would jokingly say, “I wish I could just become a farmer.” A year later, Wagner has... Read more »


Programmed for a Bright Future

Programmed for a Bright Future

  Coding is Justin Stevenson’s favorite challenge about his majors, computer science and information technology. It is a skill that involves problem solving skills; being analytical in order to break things down and look at things from different angles, as well as plenty curiosity and determination. “It always helps to be logical,”... Read more »


Teacher First, Researcher Second

Teacher First, Researcher Second

  It was while studying as an undergrad, when Kathleen Bogle, Ph.D., fell in love with the field of Sociology. She became hooked when she took a class on Sociology and gender. Bogle explains, “I liked the sociological perspective from the start. Sociologists analyze why people behave the way they do.  I loved... Read more »


Serving Those Who Serve

Serving Those Who Serve

  Like many clinical psychologists, Melissa Munro Boyd, M.A. ’06, Psy.D. ’10, often helps clients deal with grief, loss, trauma, and work-related stress. As an Army clinical psychologist, combating these issues is a much different battle. Boyd, a captain in the U.S. Army’s Medical Service Corps, has helped her fellow service members... Read more »