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It took a pandemic to curb Shugla Kakar, the pre-med student body president who was always on the go with classes, meetings and activities. She finished college remotely but plans to giver her Commencement speech next year in person.
Sharona Horton is already thinking of the first-grade class she’d like to see after she graduates next year and becomes a teacher. It would take in special needs students and English language learners in true inclusivity.
Midia De Souza graduated with a double major in Law, Economics & Public Policy and in Media & Communication Studies with a minor in Human Rights. She plans to become a lawyer to help immigrants.
Mechanical Engineering graduate Nick Degrasse worked at the Activities & Recreation Center, served on student committees and enjoyed research, but what really clicked was seeing a stroke-therapy capstone project actually used by patients at a Seattle hospital.
Bee Elliott, an Environmental Studies major, said she was sold on attending the University of Washington Bothell when she saw the wetlands on campus. “It was really attractive to me, not just another concrete paradise.”
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