We had weekly presentations from professionals working in the most fascinating careers in biology, granting students an in-depth look at a day in the life of potential careers. Every professor seemed to have an interesting project or research opportunity in the works, and it was not uncommon to find a huddle of them discussing it in the halls and welcoming student input. For four years I studied (and napped) in the library, threw Frisbees on the grass, participated in flash mobs in the dining hall and laughed too loudly in the halls of the biology wing. I always knew I had an infallible support system built of my wonderful biology and chemistry professors and my fellow peers.Kate Crossman ’14
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