As far as Carolina Van Moorsel was concerned, there was no better place to take a law school study break than the cafe at the Krannert Art Museum.
“More importantly," she says, "that is where my romance with my husband began. I knew he studied there and I would frequently pretend to bump into him. We’d spend hours talking and studying together in the museum, often ending with long walks around the Quad.
"The whole experience I had of getting to know him among those buildings and beautiful open areas will never leave me," says Van Moorsel, who in 2017 left her position as pro bono supervisor at the National Immigrant Justice Center to become senior program officer in Sub-Saharan Africa for Heartland Alliance International.