Jesse Tauriac: The most caring on campus

By Joshua Michna – 1851 Contributor

Chief Diversity Officer Jesse Tauriac (F) and Assistant Director of The Donahue Institute Thomas Morgan (B) pictured on the ground floor of the Intercultural Center and Commuter Cottage (IC3.) Photo taken before COVID-19 mask mandate.
Photo courtesy of Joshua Michna

“Jesse, to me, is a figure I can look up to for motivation and inspiration,” says junior Eleianet Nunez, a student worker at the Intercultural Center & Commuter Cottage (IC3). “He is someone who genuinely puts his heart into everything he does and cares for his students and others deeply.”

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Fashion Focus: Emma Murray, From Wethersfield to Waisted Fashion

By Kaie Quigley – Features Editor

Emma Murray models a jacket she made from old jeans and a thrifted blanket. Photo courtesy of Emma Murray.

Emma Murray, junior fashion design major with a minor in business, said her mother helped discover and fuel her passion for fashion. At a young age, Murray was infatuated with her mother’s box of scrap fabrics. She didn’t know what she was doing with them; not many five-year-olds would, but she knew she felt a connection with them.

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