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Female Environmental Studies Major C/O 2022

  • Female
  • Caucasian
  • Bisexual
  • Minors in French and Urban Studies
  • Part of SEED and Vassar Greens
  • Works at an elementary school in Poughkeepsie
  • Went to a private school in Los Angeles, CA with a graduating class of about 135 students

Female English Major C/O 2022

  • Female
  • Undefined Sexual Orientation
  • White
  • English Major
  • Went to a private school in North Hollywood, California with a graduating class of about 140 students.
  • Is part of a music club that organizes fall and spring concerts.

Female Political Science and Psychology Double Major C/O 2021

  • Female
  • African-American
  • Bisexual
  • Political Science and Psychology double major
  • Went to a public school in Cambridge, MA with a graduating class of about 800 students.
  • Sings in an a capella group, and is part of an activist group called Nobody Leaves Mid-Hudson.

Male Environmental Studies Major C/O 2021

  • Male
  • Caucasian
  • Heterosexual
  • Student Representative to the Climate Action Sustainability Committee
  • Part of Students for Equitable Environmental Decisions
  • Plays Club Ultimate Frisbee
  • Went to a public school in Cambridge, MA with a graduating class of about 500 students.

Female American Studies Major C/O 2017

  • Female
  • Caucasian
  • Heterosexual
  • Education Minor
  • Going to be a teacher
  • Went to a public school in Greenwich, CT with a graduating class of about 750 students.

Female History Major C/O 2017

  • Female
  • Caucasian
  • Heterosexual
  • International Politics Minor
  • Was part of two dance groups.
  • Went to a private school in San Francisco, CA with a graduating class of about 80 students.

Female Religion Major C/O 2017

  • Female
  • Caucasian
  • Heterosexual
  • Part of Vassar Greens, which is an environmental group on campus
  • Went to a private school in Massachusetts with a graduating class of about 250 students.
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