My proudest accomplishment at W&J has been being a LINK Mentor. As a first year student, my LINK Mentor had a huge impact on me and I am so happy that I have been able to serve as a LINK Mentor in my senior year.
What or whom was your favorite class or professor? Why?
Dr. Berberick is hands down my favorite professor. They have made such an impact on me not only as a student, but as a human being. They are one of the most well spoken and kind people I have ever met. Dr. B has gone above and beyond to create a positive and inclusive space on campus and for that, I will always be thankful.
What did you plan to study when you came to W&J and what did you end up studying?
I came to W&J to study political science, and am graduating with a degree in communication arts. After taking public speaking with Dr. Maradin and then completing a TOM Talk with the guidance of Dr. Cook , I found a home in the Department of Communication Arts, and it is the best choice I've ever made!
What was a favorite class project you completed while at W&J?
My favorite class project I've completed here at W&J would be my capstone project. I studied the relationship between media & the true crime genre. I was able to study something I am passionate about and add to a field of study in which I was interested.
What are you most proud of doing while at W&J?
My proudest accomplishment at W&J has been being a LINK Mentor. As a first year student, my LINK Mentor had a huge impact on me and I am so happy that I have been able to serve as a LINK Mentor in my senior year. The relationships I have been able to create with first-year students have been worthwhile. My link-lings give me hope for the future!