University of Wisconsin-Madison clinical law student Hannah Tuttle ’15 has been named editor-in-chief of the student-run Wisconsin International Law Journal for 2020-21. Tuttle is concurrently pursuing a dual master’s degree in international public affairs and expects to earn her J.D. and M.A. in 2022. After graduation, she hopes to work in international law as part of an international governmental organization. * Olivia Amber ’17 was profiled in Ultra Running Magazine ahead of the USATF 50-Mile Championships at the Pioneer Spirit Trail Race in California in March. One of Amber’s goals is to inspire women to chase their fitness dreams. “It doesn’t matter if you are the fastest or the slowest one out there. Everyone is presented with the same rooty, rocky, muddy, and steep trails,” the former All-American Nordic skier said. * Duncan Coles ’19 was included as a team member on a recently published paper in the journal Nature Methods titled “Genetic tool development in marine protists: emerging model organisms for experimental cell biology.” The paper stems from an independent research project Coles conducted during a Colby semester at Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences. * Catherine Fraser ’19, clean air associate for the nonprofit advocacy group Environment Texas, appeared on Fox News Houston in January after Houston was ranked the fifth worst city for air quality. “We need to take action to regulate facilities like oil refineries and petrochemical plants to limit air pollution from those sources,” Fraser told Fox News.