Alum
Alexandra Filsinger

What's Next: University of Baltimore School of Law

Alum, NDMU Class of 2017 English

My English major involved a lot of critical thinking and how to build the well-structured argument, something that is incredibly important in law. Additionally, my two minors in Philosophy and Communication Arts enabled me to be specific about the area that I want to specialize in - Intellectual Property.

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Micah Castelo
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A Library for Change

Alum, NDMU Class of 2018 English, Communication Arts, Women's Studies
Micah Castelo and Lorelie Elaine Soriano submitted one of the 120 winning projects under the Davis Projects for Peace foundation. They have been awarded $10,000 each for the construction of the first official library of the Caibiran Central School in the city of Caibiran located in the eastern Visayas region of the Philippines. “From the start,” Castelo says “we knew that we wanted to work on a project in the Philippines because we are both Filipina.” Castelo didn’t have to reach very far to find motivation, “when I was still in the Philippines, my parents enrolled me in a private school because the public schools did not have enough resources to ensure each child succeeds. I see this award as a privilege that I have been granted. I want to use this privilege to help those children in need…They deserve this just as much as anyone else.”
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Lauren Romagnano
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What's Next: Mary Baldwin University, Master’s Program Shakespeare & Performance Dual Masters in Literature & Fine Arts

Alum, NDMU Class of 2017 English, Drama
Through both the rigorous academic pathways and the extensive connections that the drama program has provided, I'm well prepared to enter a field that is focused solely on my favorite area of Shakespeare's theatre.
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Faculty
William Davis
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A Unique Privilege

Faculty English
I believe it is a privilege to work with our young women and to see them grow into confident, accomplished pre-professionals—and to play even a small part in that growth.
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