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Female Psychological Brain Sciences Major C/O 2020

  • Female
  • Black
  • Pansexual
  • First Generation College Student
  • Member of the African Student Association
  • Psychological Brain Sciences Major

Female Writing Seminars Major C/O 2018

Editor’s Choice

  • Female
  • Transferred in spring of freshman year
  • Writing Seminars Major
  • In a sorority
  • Member of the Student Government Association
  • Went to a private all girls school in Baltimore with about 70 girls in the graduating class

Female Undeclared Major C/O 2021

  • Female
  • African-American
  • Undeclared Major
  • First Generation College Student
  • Member of the Black Student Union and the African Students’ Association

Male International Studies and Public Health Studies Double Major C/O 2021

Editor’s Choice

  • Male
  • Black
  • Gay
  • In the African Student Association
  • Went to a public school Tennessee with a graduating class of about 340 students.

Female Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Major C/O 2018

  • Female
  • South Asian
  • Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
  • Is a Teaching Assistant, in a co-ed professional fraternity, and in the Bangladeshi Student Organization
  • Went to a public school in Alexandria, VA with a graduating class of about 550 students

Female Chemistry Major C/O 2020

  • Female
  • Black
  • Chemistry Major
  • In the Pre-Dental Society and the African Students’ Association
  • Went to a public school outside of Orlando, FL with a graduating class of about 450 students

Female Cognitive Science and Film and Media Double Major C/O 2020

 

  • Female
  • Half Asian and Half White
  • Double Major – Cognitive Science with a focus on Neuroscience, and a Film and Media
  • On the Club Squash Team, in acapella, and is in Greek life
  • Went to a private high school in Los Angeles

Female Medicine, Science, and the Humanities Major C/O 2020

  • Female
  • Black
  • Bisexual
  • Pre-med – Medicine, Science, and the Humanities Major
  • Went to a public school in in Florida with a graduating class of about 1,000 students

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