Brian M. Oubre '99C
Economics and history joint major
he is known on campus:
First-ever Caucasian president of Indian Cultural Exchange (ICE).
"Many of my friends in high school were Indian, so I was
interested in Indian culture before coming to Emory. My involvement
with ICE [first as co-chair of Diwali Festival of Lights, then
as treasurer, and finally as president] has been very valuable
||Summer position as a manager in Emory's Office of
University Conferences; applying for an internship in India for
fall 1999; returning for law school in fall 2000
and life plan:
|| Pursue a career in international law or business
|"Having visited Graceland three times, I like the motto Elvis
used in his insignia: 'Taking Care of Business in a Flash.' "
inspiring teacher and course:
Patrick Allitt, "U.S. Intellectualism."
"The class was very small, and the exchange of ideas was
amazing. Studying American intellectual movements was fascinating."
thing about Emory:
||"Its vibrant outlook as an institution. Emory is a place
of limitless resources. With the academic departments expanding
and new services being provided, there is so much opportunity for
programming ideas and enhancements. Emory possesses the talent and
the means to continue to thrive."