海外留学： 如果所有的作品了，我将在该走 北京 计划在春天2019。
What three words would you use to describe L&C?
It’s hard to pick just one class! I would probably have to say my favorite was the first photography class I took here at L&C, with 乔尔·W上。费舍尔。类真正扩大我怎么看我周围的世界，给了我一个甚至进一步升值生活中的小美女。类给我的不仅是摄影站立的样子，但是技术一般，带着好奇的眼光。
What made you want to come to Lewis & Clark?
I began working at Phonathon my freshman year. I was really looking for a way to build more of a community for myself here at Lewis & Clark. Phonathon gave me exactly that through my wonderful colleagues and a peek into past Lewis & Clark life. My favorite conversation was with an older alumna. I called her while she was on vacation in Japan. Turns out she was revisiting Japan for the first time after taking part in L&C’s first overseas program there! Not only that, but she had run into an old Lewis & Clark peer in Japan and they were getting lunch together. We both marveled over the small coincidences of me calling her that day. It was heartwarming to hear how much Lewis & Clark and her overseas program in Japan had impacted her.
I’ve known since middle school that I wanted to study psychology at an undergraduate level. I’ve always been drawn to learning about neuroscience and the behind-the-scenes of what makes each person unique. This was further cemented once I experienced the wonderful psychology professors in our department. They are all so dedicated and excited to help students learn. As for studio art, I have always been creatively inclined and interested in art. But majoring in art was also a little taboo and scary. Once I took my first art class at Lewis & Clark, I realized that my love for the arts overcame that fear by miles. The art department is so supportive and gives just the right amount of a challenging push to make you inquisitive and successful. I love both psychology and studio art so much I couldn’t bear to pick just one, so I decided to double major!
Luckily, us L&C students are surrounded by a beautifully serene campus. When 波特兰 decides to give us some sun, I love to take a study break and sit by the reflecting pool to take a breather and get some sun. Sometimes my friends and I will have a little picnic on the field and play some music before getting back into work. It’s a great way to decompress.