Jerry Maldonado ’10Rockwall, Texas
This 6-foot-4 high jumper began his track career in order to stay in shape for basketball. Eight years of practice paid off this spring when Maldonado cleared a bar as tall as he is, earning him All-American honors at the NCAA Division III Championships in Wisconsin. The biochemistry major appreciates track for its independent nature, which allows him to bend his practice schedule to accommodate his rigorous course schedule.
Caelan O’Sullivan ‘10Bakersfield, California
As a German and business/economics double major, O’Sullivan has developed a deep interest in linguistics and economic development. She explored both fields during an Odyssey trip to TangierIsland, an isolated isle off the coast of Virginia. The islanders’ unique accent, which resembles Elizabethan English, is being diluted by increased tourism. New laws may also threaten their independent economy, which relies on the crabbing industry.
Katie Jordan ’10Roland, Arkansas
In an industry that makes brides feel like princesses, junior Katie Jordan is living a fairy tale of her own. She and her boyfriend of three years, Ryan McCullough ’09, are avid photographers working to develop their own wedding photography business. The Hendrix Odyssey program has played fairy godmother, sending her to Minnesota and Florida for small business training. The English and studio art double major filled four notebooks with tips from the workshops.
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