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HONORS BEYOND

STRAZ TOWER Program works to benefit bigger crowd of students BY CLAUDIA BROKISH PHOTOS BY MATTHEW SERAFIN & CLAUDIA BROKISH

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very year, 100 students take part in the Honors Program, taking classes and usually living together in the Straz Tower residence hall, but now the program is transitioning to be more friendly for students outside of humanities degrees. Amelia Zurcher, director of the Honors Program and asso18

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ciate English professor, hopes to bring new life and energy to a program she believes has great potential. “The Honors Program has flown under the university’s radar for a long time,” Zurcher said. “Part of my goal is to make the good work already happening here more visible.” The Honors Program is

housed within the College of Arts & Science, though it includes students from across the university, and Zurcher said she hopes to better include those students and expand the benefits and opportunities offered by the program. “(The Honors Program) allows students both more

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