original news article - American Studies in the News
Devoted to Fast Cars, Rutgers Grad Finds her Own Route to Success
An American studies degree leads to a job writing for magazines
Stephanie Davies was a few months shy of 17 when she bought her first car - a vintage 1989 Ford Mustang.
The seemingly bold choice was in keeping with family tradition.
“I had grown up in a home surrounded by American muscle cars so my father pushed me to buy my own,” said Davies. “But the day I bought that car I never dreamed where it could take me in life.”
A few years later, she and her (second) Mustang had found their way to Rutgers, where her intense interest in high performance cars didn’t escape the notice of her professors. Read more here.
Mozersky and Mark elected to Phi Beta Kappa
The Department proudly congratulates Sara Mozersky and Raffi Mark on their election to the Phi Beta Kappa Society, the prestigious national academic honor society.
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