By Tahira Afzal Rehman As I took the elevator to Room 510, the fifth floor graduate study room at George Washington University’s Gelman Library , I felt exhilarated by the hustle and bustle of students around me. It felt wonderful to be a student again. I entered the room using my fob and soaked in…

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By Mina Fangrari When I was I child, I found myself thinking I’ll be a doctor, police officer, a teacher when imagining what I would do when I got older. I never once thought I’d be a supply chainer! This is not because I didn’t like the profession. It just wasn’t something I expected to be…

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By Aiman Najah When I was in high school, I knew relatively early-on that I wanted to pursue engineering in college in any shape or form. I knew I wanted to work with my hands and bring positive change to the world through my work. However, everyday discussions about different subjects like climate change, software…

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