Ethan Fairbanks

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Ethan Fairbanks

Ethan spent his childhood on the east side of Indianapolis and went to high school in New Palestine, Indiana. He is a sophomore majoring in Biology with a minor in chemistry and plans to attend medical school after his expected graduation in May 2022. Although his career path is medicine, he has had experience in political organizing and continues to pursue this interest. He is a member of the Premedical Fraternity Phi Delta Epsilon as well as the IU Biology club, and volunteers in the Biology Outreach Program. In the little free time he has he enjoys seeing movies, playing games, and relaxing with friends in the country’s best looking campus.

Ethan meets with undergraduate students for drop-in questions in our Career Studio. Come visit and grab some snacks!

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“It’s Your Job to Continue to Learn and Grow,” says ’04 Journalism Alumnus Zach Dobson

Zach Dobson

In 2004, when alumnus Zach Dobson was a senior studying journalism, he was prepared to have a career in journalism. He did end up working for various newspapers, but quickly realized this wasn’t a path he wanted to continue down.

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Senior Journalism Major Matt Rasnic Designs Interactive and Print Graphics for Post and courier

Matt Rasnic

Matt Rasnic, a senior majoring in journalism with a minor in human-centered computing, currently finds himself in the middle of a job search. Through his academic studies, internships and work at the Indiana Daily Student, Matt has been preparing for …

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Senior Journalism Major Melissa Kizer develops design, photography skills at IU Themester

MelissaKizer

As a senior, Melissa Kizer has a lot going on. For many students, searching for a job and being a full-time student is more than enough. Melissa is doing all that in addition to starting a new job through Recreational …

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