While people were baking homemade sourdough bread, adopting pets and remodeling bathrooms to make the most of being stuck at home during the pandemic, music performance major Shant Arakelian ’21 was composing a six-movement sonata about his life.
Athletics seasons looked far different from the usual competition this year, so two seniors share about both the challenges and opportunities to grow.
In a typical semester, theatre students would use facial expressions to help tell a story, audiences would sit shoulder to shoulder to watch live performances, and cast members would hold hands for their final bow. This year, those familiar rhythms have been replaced by totally new ways of doing things.
Psychology and sociology double major Brenna Peterson ’21 rekindled a love for writing in Intro to Creative Writing class—and is now slated to be published.
Athletics look different in a season of pandemic, so Alex Park ’21 and a classmate found a creative way to inspire personal and professional growth among student-athletes.