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OUR STUDENTS FORGE THEIR OWN PATHs READ THEIR STORIES

With so many opportunities to explore, every student in the College of Arts & Sciences chooses a different path.

Students can pursue research, create art, learn a language, delve into ethics, and study in places like India, Prague, and Jordan. They can follow their interests wherever they might lead.

Learn about the unique paths of four graduating seniors, and the pivotal moments that prepared them for what’s next.

CHANGING THE MIND AND BODY

Kyki Li

DANCE // ANTHROPOLOGY

“The Dance Department doesn’t teach dance just as technique, but rather as a way of viewing and interacting in the world. Dance becomes a way to connect with people, to learn about a culture, and that is just very inspiring for me.”

A VOICE FOR MARGINALIZED COMMUNITIES

Enrique Perez de La Rosa

COMMUNICATIONS

“[Journalism] has taught me to look outside my own experiences and to listen and be open to conversation with absolutely everyone I can. Everybody knows something you don't; everybody can teach you something.”

HEALTH AND CULTURE THROUGH VARIED LENSES

Alyssa Taylor

COMPARATIVE HISTORY OF IDEAS // DIVERSITY MINOR

“Through my CHID study abroad experience in the Philippines, I was able to dive more into my own identity, being half-Filipino and half-White American.”

TO INFINITY AND BEYOND

Locke Patton

ASTRONOMY // PHYSICS

“During my time at UW, I started discovering how a career in astronomy actually works. I was really lucky to have mentors here who have brought me on that journey and taught me how to do research. I had the raw enthusiasm; it was just learning how to apply it and being given opportunities.”

What they care about can change the world.

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