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Congratulations to our Spring 2014 English students

Congratulations to the following freshman whose reviews of current de Saisset Museum exhibits, written for English 2A Critical Thinking and Writing II: Art, Culture & Social Justice, have been selected for publication on the museum's website.

Art Speaks Without Words
by Tisha Ferraro

Tisha Ferraro is a freshman Communication major and Journalism minor. She is planning to graduate in 2017, and hopes to have some sort of career in Public Relations. Writing has always been a passion for Tisha and she hopes to incorporate it into her career someday.
 

Reaching Forward
by Caleigh Flaherty

Caleigh Flaherty is from Eden Prairie, MN and is a freshman in the Leavey School of Business.

The Complexity of Nature
by Parker Holland

Parker Holland spent his childhood in Asheville, North Carolina, until his sophomore year of high school when he moved to San Diego. His hobbies include Game of Thrones, playing basketball, eating candy, and long horseback rides on the beach at sunset. He is currently a freshman and plays for the soccer team at Santa Clara. 

Open to Interpretation
by Giovanna Pasini

Giovanna Pasini is currently a Freshman at Santa Clara University. The San Francisco native is an undeclared business major in the Leavey School of Business. 

To the Stars and Beyond
by Mackenzie Williamson

Mackenzie Williamson is an undergraduate in the Leavey School of Business and considers Bellevue, Washington to be home. Inspired by psychology and the natural environment, she hopes to be an advocate for ethical transformation in the business world.

Painting the Unpaintable, Without the Paint
By Katherine Zaremba

Katherine Zaremba is a freshman political science major from Corvallis, Oregon. She is active in both a cappella and greek life, and is enjoying every moment of her Santa Clara experience!

 

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