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Alumna gets internship through philosophy class

Philosophy and Feminism (PHIL U222) provides students with the opportunity to do service learning with one of Loyola's many community partners. Recent alumna Robin Miller did her service learning at Project Lazarus, which provides transitional housing for people in the New Orleans community who have HIV/AIDS. Robin's experience at Project Lazarus was so successful that she was offered an internship there, which she will begin this summer. She will be working with the rest of Project Lazarus' staff in order to help improve the lives of her fellow New Orleanians. Other students in Philosophy and Feminism did service learning at Boys Hope/Girls Hope, APEX, Hagar's House, the Uptown Shepherds' Center, and the Harry Tompson Center.

Philosophy and Feminism is scheduled to be offered again during the spring 2017 term.