STEM majors are important, but so are humanities. Here’s how one UM student decided upon her major.
Chesney Henry has been interested in architecture since she was little. In a couple of weeks, she’ll be an architect.
She discovered UM’s music therapy major and pushed herself to apply to the Frost School of Music. It was then that a new journey started.
In Kuwait, it’s common for women to get married and start a family without following a career path. Senior Hanya Al-Khamis is looking to divert from that path.
“I wanted to go where Lizzie McGuire was,” Pampana said. “I wanted to go where Raven was.”
Legos are often looked at as a children’s toy. For Marcus Riley, it was so much more.
Senior Matt Weinman took a GoPro to South Africa. He came back with a new perspective on what he wanted to do in the future.
The twin brothers shared everything before and at UM. But when David Lin died, Rick Lin was left to continue on their collective journey alone.
They say hard work pays off. Samantha Shawver got a head start on her “hard work” by balancing two demanding majors and a slew of extracurriculars.
Tyler Cianciulli knew he had to maintain good grades and a high GPA to get into law school. But he needed a wake up call to make it happen.