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How has liberal arts education ​​helped you?​​​

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    Liberal Arts: Ron Kirk, Austin College — Senior of Counsel, Gibson, Dunn & Krutcher; Former U.S. Trade Representative; Former Mayor of Dallas; Former Secretary of State of Texas

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    Liberal Arts: Dzifa Yador, St. Lawrence University — Dzifa Yador Production Coordinator, MTV Networks/Viacom

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    Liberal Arts: Phelosha Collaros, St. John's College — Phelosha Collaros Director, ASRT Foundation

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    Liberal Arts: Isaac Holeman, Lewis & Clark College — Isaac Holeman Cofounder, Medic Mobile Member, Forbes' 30 under 30 Social Entrepreneur List

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    Liberal Arts: Mary Elizabeth Ulliman, Saint Mary's College — Mary Elizabeth Ulliman Account Manager, Google

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    Liberal Arts: Jascha Kaykas-Wolff, Whittier College — Jascha Kaykas-Wolff Chief Marketing Officer, BitTorrent

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    The Power of a Liberal Arts Education - with James Rebhorn — Wittenberg University graduate James Rebhorn discusses the value of the liberal arts.

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    Liberal Arts Prepares Students For Careers in Technology — Colgate University alumni met at Google HQ to talk about Digital Media and Technology.

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    The Power of A Liberal Arts Education — Association of Independent Colleges and Universities in MA

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    Why Austin College? — Austin College alum Sameen Wajid '13 speaks on college choices, where you will spend the next 4 years, and what if you don't have all the answers.