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Rae Dunbar

Rae Dunbar, Class of 22 at St. Lawrence University, is an Environmental Studies and Biology Combined Major and math minor. Dunbar is active in Thelmo Student Government as Environmental Affairs Chair and DIVEST Environmental Club. She is also a Biology Department Teaching Assistant, 1st chair Alto Saxophone in the SLU Wind Ensemble, and a member of the SLU Cycling Club, Tri Beta Biology Honor Society, and ODK Society.

Alessandro Marangelli

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Alessandro helping to construct a bridge of cement for Los Campesinos, Costa Rica on the 19th of February 2020.
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The picture was taken by Alessandro with the self-timer.

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Alessandro helping to construct a bridge of cement for Los Campesinos, Costa Rica on the 19th of February 2020.

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Alessandro participating in a protest after the 18 years old daughter of one of his teachers was killed by her boyfriend. Alajuela, Costa Rica 18th of November 2019.
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The picture was taken by Alessandro.

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Alessandro participating in a protest after the 18 years old daughter of one of his teachers was killed by her boyfriend. Alajuela, Costa Rica 18th of November 2019.

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Alessandro reaching the top of Mt Arab, New York on the 12th of October 2020.
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The picture was taken by Alessandro with the self-timer.

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Alessandro reaching the top of Mt Arab, New York on the 12th of October 2020.

Hi, I'm Alessandro Marangelli '24 a freshman from the South of Italy. I grew up in Rome with my four siblings and I attended Liceo Artistico Caravillani before passing the selections for UWC. At UWC Costa Rica I finished my last two years of high school and learnt English and Spanish at an academic level. At UWC Costa Rica I learned about new cultures and how to respect them, perspectives about the world, and how to deconstruct our biases. This was achieved through the IB diploma but mostly thanks to his peers coming from 80 different countries.

Victoria Oakes

Victoria Oakes ’21 is majoring in Environmental Studies with a minor in Arabic Studies. As a McNair scholar, she was motivated during the summer of 2020 to study insecticides, looking at the relationship between wild bees, neonicotinoid use, and neonicotinoid policy in the United States. Victoria is also passionate about the Arab World, as she studied abroad in Jordan in fall 2019 and she is also the Arabic 103 TA for fall 2020. On campus, she is a member of Euphrates Institute and Arabic Club. After she graduates from St.