Vaughn focuses internship on empowering victims

Vaughn focuses internship on empowering victims

Manire Vaughn ’15 is managing his days to the minute. He has learned to always carry his electronic calendar, to keep good notes, and to “have a legal pad for everything.” The senior Human Services and Criminal Justice major is juggling his last semester of...
Civil rights internship inspires Vaughn’s career path

Civil rights internship inspires Vaughn’s career path

As an African-American student at Saint Mary’s University, Manire Vaughn ’15 has worked hard to make other students of color feel more comfortable in their academic surroundings, and as a volunteer through Campus Ministry, he worked to serve underprivileged...
Aspiring police officer spent semester with Interpol

Aspiring police officer spent semester with Interpol

Junior Colin Hennessy’s desire to help people started in grade school. Back then, he would play pretend fireman, chasing his dog with a water hose and spraying water into the open windows of his house. His parents put a kink in the hose. “Needless to say, my...
Criminal justice brought to life in wildlife refuge internship

Criminal justice brought to life in wildlife refuge internship

  The Winona area is blessed with an abundance of natural areas and wildlife. It’s located in the Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife and Fish Refuge, 261 miles of land and water bordering Iowa, Illinois, Minnesota and Wisconsin. Framed by steep wooded...