Juan believes that being a Spanish major has helped him to better understand his heritage, an ongoing experience which will never cease to be rewarding. Meet Juan.
- <div class="lw_blurbs_body"><p> You’re more than a major.<br class="mobile-only"/> Most of us are a little bit of, well, <em>everything</em>.</p></div>
Class of 2017Juan Lopez
Pottstown, PA Class of 2014Codey Young
Codey was one of only 43 students in the country to be selected as a Watson Fellow for 2014-15. He will travel for a year to the African Diasporic countries of the Dominican Republic, Brazil, Germany and France. What will he study?
Class of 2015Aubrey Paris
Aubrey has always been interested in the complexities associated with communicating scientific discoveries to policymakers and the general public. Center for Science and the Common Good
Columbia, Md Class of 2015Amanda Frekot
Amanda has worked as a screening assistant for a film class and as a copy editor for the student newspaper. Currently, she is an Editorial Assistant with the Edith Wharton Review. Learn more about the Center for Writing and Speaking
Sag Harbor, NY Class of 2015Xylia Serafy
Xy is working towards a Bachelor of Arts in both Spanish and Environmental Studies. She plans to attend graduate school in the fall for a Masters in Wildlife Conservation. Meet Xylia
Aldan, PA Class of 2017Zach Trauger
As the EcoReps and Res Life Sustainabiltiy Fellow, Zach is most excited to work with the RA’s to better incorporate more sustainability education into the residence halls. Learn more.