Tag: Lexi Poston

The #GradTales Audience: Reflections From Current Students

As you may be familiar one of our events here in REL is the Grad Tales Event: Here and Back Again. The department invites a former REL major to talk about their experience before and after graduation, in hopes that they can help current students think not only about their place in the university but also how to make the best out of it; to think creatively about the courses they take in the humanities in general, and how to put […]

Read More from The #GradTales Audience: Reflections From Current Students

It’s Time for a Grad’s Tale!

It’s that time of the year again, that’s right, A Grad’s Tale: There and Back Again is coming up! This series welcomes back UA graduates who have majored in Religious Studies to learn how the major has benefited them in post-graduate life. This semester’s installment is this coming Thursday, February 4th with Lexi Poston (with Prof. Jacobs interviewing her!), so be sure to join us in the Anderson Room (302) of the Ferguson Center at 7:00pm! […]

Read More from It’s Time for a Grad’s Tale!

Thanks, Religious Studies

By Lexi Poston Lexi Poston graduated from UA in 2015 with a triple major in International Studies, Religious Studies, and Criminal Justice and a triple minor in Italian, Judaic Studies, and the Blount Minor. She is currently a graduate student in UA’s Criminal Justice Department where her research interests include prejudice, hate groups, hate crimes, human trafficking, genocide, and how perpetrators of such crimes are prosecuted. “Are you going to seminary?” At one point during undergrad, religious studies majors have […]

Read More from Thanks, Religious Studies