Graduating Seniors Remember Their CLA Experience
The Class of 2023 has had a unique college experience over the past four years. As graduation nears, nine seniors reflect on their time in CLA and share about their best campus memories, favorite courses, advice, and plans for the future.
By pushing herself out of her comfort zone, Jacynda Alatoma discovered a new academic interest that she will be studying in graduate school: data science.
A liberal arts education taught Olivia Flemmer the importance of understanding different perspectives—a lesson she will carry into her career as an addiction counselor.
After switching her major from neuroscience to English, Cassidy Fox learned that “change is not bad” and now truly loves what she does.
Muna Mohamed found new passions during her time in CLA and hopes to contribute to a more diverse and inclusive advertising industry.
Through her editorial work and nonprofit internship, Isabel Schindler has been able to work on projects with a “positive global impact” that she feels passionate about.
Sam Sipprell’s many research, work, and academic experiences in the legal field have prepared him well to attend and succeed in law school this upcoming fall.
Jacob Sternbach feels literate in a number of disciplines, thanks to the flexibility and diversity of courses within the biology, society, and environment major.
Ahmad Wazwaz learned the value of fighting for causes he’s passionate about as a legislative intern and will continue to do so in law school this fall.
Double majoring in journalism and political science was the “perfect combination” for Sam Woodward, as she looks toward a career in politics reporting.