After working as a CEO, a Chilean governor, and a lawyer—while taking time to climb Mount Everest—Juan Montes started teaching at the Carroll School of Management in the practice, management, and organization department.
After witnessing discrimination during her childhood, Miriam George has pursued justice for those hurt by it.
McNellis is mainly concerned with the vagueness of the term “hookup,” the assumptions people make when hooking up, and how men shouldn’t take advantage of women in this manner.
Through fading colors, vibrant collages, and multidimensional crafts, the Faculty Art Show amalgamates the best of BC’s staff’s often overlooked artistic side.
“Tales From the Trails” was the first event of AHANA Acronym Week.