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August 9
Studio Art and International Studies double major, Ben Paljor Chatag ’15 has just published “Curatorial Reflections on ‘Transforming Minds: Kyabje Gelek Rimpoche and Friends, Photographs by Allen Ginsberg 1989-1997’ in Yeshe: A Journal of Tibetan Literature, Arts and Humanities.  Ben says, “I was inspired to curate the show because Rimpoche was my grandfather. I thought it was important to show pictures of Rimpoche and people around him interested in transforming their minds and society through love and compassion, which is what we continue to need in today’s world.”
MMC Alum Ben Paljor Chatag ?15
September 30

Ben Paljor Chatag ’15 left Tibet as a young boy to attend a Tibetan boarding school alongside other refugees in Northern India. This was just the beginning of major moves that would profoundly impact his life. At 15 years-old, he came to the United States when he was adopted by his Tibetan grandfather and later by his Western mother.

April 20
Congrats to PHR/IS double major Dorian Provencher, whose paper African and Western States’ Approach to Human Rights: A Theoretical Analysis of State Behavior in the HRC’s Universal Periodic Review was accepted to two political science conferences!

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