Jessica McCrary
Aug15

Jessica McCrary

[icon name="icon-print"] Printer Friendly Jessica McCrary has wanted to teach for as long as she can remember. “Ever since I got a ‘teacher kit’ when I was little, it was something I knew I wanted to be. I can’t picture myself pursuing another major.” Jessica’s mother can vouch for her daughter’s calling to the classroom. “Jessica always wanted to be a teacher,” said Susan McCrary. “I remember how she would line up her stuffed animals...

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Stephen Doherty
Aug15

Stephen Doherty

[icon name="icon-print"] Printer Friendly Stephen Doherty ’15 has a plan: To change the future. His dream is to bring everything he is learning as an early childhood education and special education dual major to the elementary school classroom. As a career path, it is the road less traveled; very few elementary school teachers are men. But Doherty is unusually clear-sighted and level-headed for someone his age, and he is accustomed to...

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Joseph Conte
Aug15

Joseph Conte

[icon name="icon-print"] Printer Friendly Joseph Conte ’14 is passionate about the past. As a history major with a minor in military history, Conte is devoting his academic life to learning its lessons. As a reenactor with the Von Prueschenk Feldjaeger Corps, he is devoting the rest of his time and energy to bringing a bygone era to vivid and accurate life. Born in Indiana, Conte’s family moved east when he was a year old and he grew...

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Michelle Lewis
Aug15

Michelle Lewis

[icon name="icon-print"] Printer Friendly Michelle Lewis is having a ball getting ready for baseball season. As a rookie ballgirl for the Philadelphia Phillies, Lewis is looking forward to whatever her new job will throw at her. “Being a ballgirl isn’t just about being on the field,” said Lewis. “We are ambassadors for the Phillies, and our job is to be role models for young women in sports.” For Lewis, a varsity athlete and IU...

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Scott Sarles
Aug15

Scott Sarles

[icon name="icon-print"] Printer Friendly Sarles’s early desire to express a unique and individual style has grown and evolved over the years, leading him to pursue a professional path that would allow him to put his innate creativity to work. “When I graduated from high school, I threw myself into the industry right away,” said Sarles. “I was given the opportunity to work in New York City as an intern for Marc Ecko with his company...

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Lauren Mulholland
Aug15

Lauren Mulholland

[icon name="icon-print"] Printer Friendly As IU senior Lauren Mulholland, a fashion merchandising major with minors in business and graphic design, explains it, “My dad always told me that if I did my homework and gave my all, then the rest is up to God.” Mulholland has been doing her homework and giving her all, and by securing a summer internship with Urban Outfitters, the parent company of Anthropologie, a women’s apparel store...

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