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Julian Martinez

Julian MartinezJulian Martinez, 21, is a senior at UT Pan American and plans to graduate with a premedical biology and chemistry degree in Spring 2016. He is a graduate of McAllen Memorial High School. Martinez is a part of the Pre-Medical Honors College Program and has earned conditional acceptance into Baylor College of Medicine for Fall 2016. At UTPA, Martinez is a member of the Alpha Lamda Delta and Golden Key International Honor Societies where he frequently volunteers around campus and the community. He also works for the Office of P-16 Initiatives as a collegiate mentor for high school students at McAllen High School and tutors biology, chemistry, and physics at the Learning Assistance Center. Martinez regularly spends his time volunteering and shadowing physicians in local hospitals while also remaining active on the tennis and basketball court.

Awards/Honors: Dean’s List, Fall 2012-Spring 2015; UTPA Meritorious Scholarship recipient, Fall 2012-present; Hearst Foundation Pre-Med Scholarship recipient, Fall 2012 and Spring 2013; Pre-Med Scholars Scholarship recipient, Fall 2013 and Spring 2014; Greater Texas Foundation Scholarship recipient, Fall 2014 and Spring 2015; G-Force Mentor of the Month, April 2015; and Intramural Tennis Champion, Fall 2013 and Spring 2014.

What are your plans after graduation? After graduation, I will be attending Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. I plan on graduating with a medical degree and pursuing my dream to becoming an orthopedic surgeon.

Do you plan to return to the Valley? After completing my education in medical school in Houston, returning to the Rio Grande Valley remains a tempting option for me. It would be a pleasure to assist the community that molded me into the person that I am today. The Valley will always be home to me and it would be a privilege to be a part of its health care system.

What has your education done for you? My education has not only opened many doors but has also opened my mind to think both critically and creatively. The education I have received at UTPA has led me to grow as a person and has allowed me to obtain a tighter grasp on both local and world issues. I have gained valuable insight and have acquired a strong skill set that I will carry on with me for the rest of my life.

How do you feel about your UTPA experience? My experience as a UTPA Bronc has been a fruitful one due to the many opportunities and people that I have come face to face with. The professors at UTPA have been nothing short of brilliant and have opened my eyes to the world of medicine. I am forever grateful for the strong relationships I have made with UTPA students and faculty.

What is your best tip for success? First, I believe it is crucial for people to find a subject or issue that they are passionate about. The next step is to then work hard to try and make a difference in that field. It is key to never give up on the idea that there is always room for growth and improvement. One must never get discouraged on the path to becoming the best.

What advice do you have for college-bound students? College-bound students should enter higher education with an open mind and a heart full of enthusiasm. There will be many humbling moments while in college but it is important to keep your head up high and learn from every situation. I encourage students to get as involved with their university and community as possible. Students should never be afraid to expose themselves to the unique opportunities that college has to offer.

 

Priya Darshni JagadeesanPriya Darshni Jagadeesan, 20, will graduate May 2016 with degrees in biology and psychology and minors in chemistry and business administration. She is enrolled in the Premedical Honors College, a eight-year combined medical program with Baylor College of Medicine. She has been inducted into Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society, in which she held the positions of community service chair and Relay for Life Community Outreach chair. Jagadeesan has also been involved in the Environmental Awareness Club, Habitat for Humanity, and the Society for Conservation of Biology. She has volunteered at Doctors Hospital at Renaissance in various departments such as pediatrics, nursery and rehabilitation. She participated in research with Dr. Bimal Banik in UTPA’s Department of Chemistry. Jagadeesan has also been a teaching assistant in the biology department for Biology 1401 and 1402 courses. Currently, she is volunteering with Hidalgo County Emergency Medical Services.

Awards/Honors: Deans List, Fall 2012-Spring 2015; Hearst Foundation Scholarship, Fall 2012, Spring 2013, Fall 2014, and Spring 2015; Kleberg Foundation Scholarship, Fall 2014; and Rising Scholars Scholarship, Fall 2014.

What are your plans after graduation? Following my graduation next May, I plan on attending Baylor College of Medicine in Houston and earning my medical degree. After obtaining my medical degree, I hope to specialize in neurology.

Do you plan to return to the Valley? I will be going to Houston for medical school, but after finishing my residency and fellowship, I definitely plan on returning to the Valley. My parents live in the Valley, and my father is a physician in Mission. I hope to one day join his practice and follow in his footsteps.

What has your education done for you? I attended the Science Academy in Mercedes for high school and I am proud to have studied at one of the best public schools in the country. During my time at UTPA, I have become more confident, self sufficient and worldly. I feel my education has given me the tools I need to be a good doctor and the best person I can be.

How do you feel about your UTPA experience? The UTPA campus is more than Pan American; it is truly international. At UTPA, I have had the privilege of studying under very accomplished professors. Being a part of the Premedical Honors College has prepared me for the rigors of medical school. My adviser, Dr. Cindy Wedig, has been a truly amazing mentor. She has encouraged and inspired me in many ways. It was because of her encouragement that I had the opportunity to become a teaching assistant (TA) even as an undergraduate. As a TA, I have experienced the other side of education, and appreciate the efforts and dedication of all my professors.

What is your best tip for success? To be successful, hard work and motivation are the two most vital qualities. If you’re not lucky enough to be born with these traits, they can be developed. In addition, organization and time management are essential to keep you on track. Finally, take full advantage of any opportunities that pop up.

What advice do you have for college-bound students? My advice to students is to hit the ground running in the first few semesters of college. The first semesters are generally easier and the higher GPA you get then will offset any difficulty you have in the later semesters, when classes become tougher.

Amanda Pena

 

Amanda PenaAmanda Sofía Peña, 24, plans to graduate in Spring 2016 with a bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary studies and a major in bilingual education. As a former Environmental Awareness Club member, she participated in Rio Reforestation and has recently participated in Adopt an Angel. She is currently a member of the Bilingual Education Student Organization, Campus HOPE and serves as the President for K.I.S.S. (Keen Individuals Serving Society), which focuses on building leadership skills and a sense of community. Peña has also just completed LeaderShape, a weeklong training that teaches students to lead with integrity. She is currently balancing school, married life and two jobs, one of which is at the UTPA Office for Student Involvement where Peña works as an intern with more than 250 student organizations.

Awards/Honors: Dean’s List, Fall 2013; and Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi invitee, Spring 2014.

What are your plans after graduation? I plan on attending graduate school to obtain my master’s in bilingual education while teaching at a public elementary school. I also plan on getting a Ph.D. and eventually going to law school.

Do you plan to stay in the Valley? I plan on leaving the Valley for a while to further my education. One day, I would like to work for the university as a professor. The Valley is my home so I will return soon; I love my family and my community.

What has your education done for you? My education has given me a new perspective. I have learned a lot about my own culture and the difficulties we go through since we are not fully accepted as either Mexican or American. Lucky for us we have our own crazy/beautiful culture to call our own. My education has given me the awareness that everyone has the capacity to learn and go to school. What sets apart those who continued in school and those who stopped are the opportunities and circumstances that were given to them.

How do you feel about your UTPA experience? I could not have asked for a better experience. The professors here challenged me to think differently and broaden my awareness. The staff here is also amazing and always willing to help. It is a great place to find lifelong friends and meet amazing people. It feels like a home away from home.

What is your best tip for success? You have to “fake it till you make it.” If you are not a good student, you have to pretend to be a good student and do things that you think a good student would do. Also, life’s going to throw some hardships your way. I’ve been through some really hard things while in college and what kept me afloat was thinking about why I was doing it and always looking into the future and knowing that things weren’t always going to be so bad.

What advice do you have for college-bound students? Do it. If you have the opportunity to come to college, take it. It is an amazing experience that will challenge everything you think you know. Also, don’t drop out. There will be times that college seems like too much, just keep in mind that things won’t always be so difficult. So even if you have to take longer to graduate, just keep going.

Ana Vianey Reyes

Ana Vianey ReyesAna Vianey Reyes, 20, plans to graduate in May 2017 with a degree in psychology (a double major with English) and a minor in Spanish. At UTPA, she has been a member of the Guerra Honors Program since 2013. She was inducted in the Alpha Lambda Delta honor society in Spring 2014, serving as vice president this past academic year and selected to be its 2015-16 president. Reyes has volunteered at service events with organizations such as Proyecto Azteca and Make McAllen Beautiful. She currently works with IDEA Public Schools as a paid leadership development intern. This summer Reyes will travel to New York City to teach seventh grade literature to low-income, high-potential students as part of an internship with Breakthrough Collaborative.

Awards/Honors: University Scholars Presidential Scholarship, May 2013-present; The National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Fall 2013; and Psi Chi Psychology Honor Society, Spring 2015.

What are your plans after graduation? I plan to join Teach for America and pursue educational psychology in graduate school. I am still unsure of what my final goal is, but I am positive I will find it along the way.

Do you plan to stay in the Valley? I would love to work and continue my education for a couple of years outside of the Rio Grande Valley. Going out and seeing the world and different perspectives is part of the human experience, and provides value and knowledge that you carry with you and share wherever you go. Ultimately, I plan on returning home to give back to my community that has given so much to me.

What has your education done for you? My education is helping break the cycle of poverty in my family and in the region. My siblings and I are the first to attend college, and the doors that have been opened for my older siblings, and will open for me upon graduation is proof that education is powerful. Along the way I have met bright people who have shared their experiences and knowledge with me. My mind has been pushed to think about what is significant in humanity and in my education. I’ve learned that my degree is important, but what is more important is what I learn and absorb in my journey for that degree – those experiences and that knowledge make all the difference.

How do you feel about your UTPA experience? It has been wonderful. I am a firm believer that you make your college experience what you want it to be. In my two years here I have had some great experiences – from seeing John Legend speak to listening to outstanding honors students’ research presentations at the Great Plains Honors Conference that UTPA hosted this year.

What is your best tip for success? Grit. In preparation for my summer internship I have listened to TED talks about grit and read articles about students and what gets them through college – perseverance, hard work and dedication. This is applicable to my own experience; every semester is a new battle for me, but it’s also an opportunity for enrichment, and there are times when it’s pure grit that get’s me through a paper or studying for an exam. My favorite quote for this concept was introduced to me in high school and I live by it, “Do not hurry; do not rest” (Goethe).

What advice do you have for college-bound students? Start off strong, don’t slack off, build relationships with your professors, and it’s okay to not have a 4.0. Indulging yourself in your own learning experience is the best thing you can do. You only get four years to soak it all in and experience as much as you can.

Rafael Delgado

Rafael DelgadoRafael Delgado, 29, plans to graduate in August 2015 with bachelor’s degrees in sociology and criminal justice with a minor in social work. Delgado is a member of the Sociology and Criminal Justice Clubs, participating in events and fundraisers in both. Delgado is also a member of the Student Veterans Association, where he also volunteered at events and in activities that benefit the community. He has assisted several of his professors with research surveys to help improve the school and school activities. Delgado has completed more than 100 volunteer community hours with organizations such as Big Brother-Big Sister and the Boys and Girls Club. Delgado is a military veteran, having served four years in the U.S. Army.

 

Awards/Honors: Military: Honorable Discharge, 2007; UTPA: Dean’s List, Spring 2013 and Fall 2014.

What are your plans after graduation? I plan on attending graduate school in Fall 2016 at The University of North Texas at Dallas in the sociology program. After completing the masters program, I would like to pursue a doctoral program to further my education.

Do you plan to return to/stay in the Valley? I plan on leaving the Valley to continue my education and diversify my experiences. I want to learn about education systems in other regions. However, my family is here and I do want to remain close to them. If there are great opportunities in the Valley, I would definitely return back home. Right now, however, first and foremost is my education.

What has your education done for you? My education has provided me with new insight about the world around me, both here at home and outside of the area. I have lived in the Rio Grande Valley almost all my life, but during my time at UTPA, I have come to learn even more about this region, my culture, and about communicating with people in this area. Living here, we become blinded and unaware of just how special our region actually is. My education has given me the opportunity to see the RGV in a new light.

How do you feel about your UTPA experience? My experience at UTPA has been very rewarding because of the wonderful people I have met, students and professors alike. There are amazing people at UTPA who caused me to think about my future academic and career goals. My sociology and criminal justice professors were amazing individuals and outstanding teachers who made learning exciting; several of them encouraged me and believed in my abilities as a student and future teacher.

What is your best tip for success? To succeed, one must have perseverance and be passionate. Reaching goals of any sort is very difficult and without perseverance and passion, one might veer off course and fail to reach their ultimate goal. Being perseverant keeps you moving forward, steadfast despite any obstacle or any difficulty that happens in every day life. Having passion allows for the experience along the way worth all the time and effort. You need both to get the job done successfully.

What advice do you have for college-bound students? College is certainly not easy. A student must be able to juggle many responsibilities. Staying focused on the end result and always put their best foot forward are also important things to remember while pushing through their college years. One key important thing that a student must have is the want to go to college and remain positive no matter what the situation, make the best out of it and reach the goal you ultimately wanted.

 

 

 

 

Samantha Rae EstradaSamantha Rae Estrada, 24, is a senior and plans to graduate August 2015 with a degree in psychology and a minor in marketing. As a former member of the American Marketing Association at UTPA, she participated in its 2013 and 2014 fashion shows and assisted at other events, such as the Entravision Soccer Cup and fundraisers. Estrada has also volunteered at the Bridges Nursing Home in Edinburg and the Edinburg Children’s Hospital. Currently, she is balancing school and two jobs, one as an information desk assistant at the Student Union, where she answers questions from students, parents and other guests and assists with Union events. This summer, she will participate in a Sherwin-Williams managerial internship in Houston.

Awards/Honors: Student Union Information Desk Team Member of the Year, 2015; Student Union Employee of the Month, January 2015; Civic Engagement Scholarship, 2010; Diversity Grant, 2009; and Social Justice Leadership Scholarship, 2009.

What are your plans after graduation? My goal is to continue my passion for marketing and work in the marketing department of a company such as Red Bull, Disney, or the NBA. I am particularly interested in event marketing and working with these companies will allow me to organize an array of events. In the future, I plan to continue my education and earn a MBA and Ph.D.

Do you plan to return to the Valley? There will always be room in my heart for the Valley. Coming back for the holidays or even just a visit to eat my mom’s amazing food is always an option.

What has your education done for you? My education has provided me with new insight on my determination to keep learning. My undergraduate career, which started at Kalamazoo College in Michigan and will end here at UTRGV, has empowered me to become a passionate, knowledgeable, and critical thinking individual. Academically, it has given me skills that have prepared me for life after graduation – the adult life. It has opened many doors of opportunities that seemed impossible to me when I first started.

How do you feel about your UTPA experience? My experience at UTPA has been rewarding and unforgettable. Moving back to the Valley from Michigan has made me realize how much I missed what the Valley offers. My professors in the psychology and marketing departments are insightful individuals and outstanding teachers who made learning exciting. Several professors encouraged me every step of the way and believed in my abilities as a student and marketer. Also, working at the Student Union’s information desk enhanced my leadership skills and ability to effectively help others. For that, I am forever grateful.

What is your best tip for success? To succeed, one must be passionate and patient. One can easily get overwhelmed with classes, working off campus, or even with problems at home. Getting involved with organizations on campus can help with stress that comes along with being a full time student. Lastly, do not be afraid of failing. Having passion and patience allows you to keep moving forward and get over any obstacles that come your way.

What advice do you have for college-bound students? There is nothing wrong with entering college not knowing what you want to do. Choosing a major can be frustrating and confusing. So, my advice is to choose something that you can become passionate about. Choose a major that inspires you to want to go to class and motivates you to apply it to the real world.

Veronica Cortez

Veronica CortezVeronica “Roni” Cortez, 22, plans to graduate in Spring 2016 with a bachelor’s degree in studio art. She entered UTPA with a scholarship from the De Arte in Harlingen after winning one of their art contests. At UTPA, she has been involved in the UTPA’s Artists Unanimous Group and currently works in the game room of the Student Union. Cortez also served as an illustrator for the student magazine Panorama, creating the front and back covers for its latest edition.

Awards/Honors: Dean’s List, Fall 2012-Spring 2014; and Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society inductee, Spring 2014.

What are your plans after graduation? I plan on pursuing artist residencies and raising money for my travels to whatever destinations I plan. If things go as planned I’ll be accepted to a residency and will be able to make art in a new and different environment, exposed to a collective of other artists; the residency could be in a different state or country.

Do you plan to return to the Valley? I haven’t planned that far ahead because art can be unpredictable just like the jobs. If there are jobs in the Valley, maybe as an art teacher, I would love to live here for a while but moving to other locations in the future seems like the best idea if you want to get your art out there.

What has your education done for you? My education has provided me with guidance from amazing professors and a facility like UTPA’s Art Annex, which has given me so many opportunities for learning and creativity. Most of my time has been spent off the main campus so the art building has become a second home for most artists and designers where we go to hone our skills and learn more about our artistic future. The Art Annex is also a space for us to critique and learn from each other, something that we would have not experienced outside of UTPA.

How do you feel about your UTPA experience? My experience at UTPA has been very memorable because of all the people I met here in the McAllen- Edinburg area. Many of my peers made my college experience an enriching one because of the friendships we created and the support we got from each other to create more artwork and to keep pushing when we felt discouraged for whatever reason.

What is your best tip for success? I would say to never give up, be excited about everything you do, and practice makes perfect. I believe I got some art jobs because I never stopped doing what I loved even if no one was paying attention to my art, but when people eventually started noticing my work, it felt great that my many years of hard work were paying off.

What advice do you have for college-bound students? A lot of the time students can lose track of time with friends so I would say it’s very important to make time for your work, and don’t fall behind. It’s so easy to put stuff off or procrastinate, but when projects take days to complete it can affect all of your classes.

April Leann Cartwright, 22, plans to graduate in Spring 2016 with a bachelor’s degree in studio art. She has been a member of UTPA’s Art Club (Artist Unanimous) and for two years was a member of the Student Union Advisory Board. Currently she is treasurer of the Feminist Alliance Club and a member of the 2014-15 Distinguished Speaker Series Committee. Cartwright has worked as an office assistant at the Student Union for almost four years. This year she was part of the UTRGV Student Leader Summit where students from UTPA and UTB discussed ideas to enhance the transition to the new university. She has volunteered with the Voto Latino Power Summit, a nonpartisan organization that empowers Latino millennials to seek brighter futures for themselves and their community through leadership training. Cartwright has also volunteered with the Advocacy Alliance Center of Texas, which works with other community groups to encourage voter registration and election day voting. This summer, Cartwright will participate in study abroad in Italy.

Awards/Honors: Dean’s List, Fall 2011, Spring 2012, Fall 2013, Spring 2014, Summer I and II 2014, and Fall 2014; Association of College Unions International Leadership Conference attendee, 2013 and 2014; Student Union Employee of the Month, November 2013 and February 2015; and Tribute to Success honoree, 2014 and 2015.

What are your plans after graduation? I plan on attending graduate school at Texas State University to receive my master’s degrees in student affairs and ceramics. I would like to continue working in higher education.

Do you plan to return to the Valley? I will be leaving the Valley to receive my master’s degrees but would like to remain in Texas. I do not think I will make the Valley my permanent residence but will return frequently to visit my family.

What has your education done for you? Our university is so diverse and I have been fortunate enough to build long lasting relationships with so many people. Academically, my knowledge has grown tenfold but my education has also provided me with the ability to be socially aware. Possessing tolerance and empathy has perhaps been my greatest lesson.

How do you feel about your UTPA experience? Working at the Student Union has given me a well-rounded experience at UTPA. I have been able to plan and attend numerous student events as well as participate in a variety of volunteer opportunities, fairs and summits. Encouraged by supervisors, I was able to participate in many student organizations and I’ve been able to hold positions of leadership. These mentors have provided me with invaluable resources and skills I will definitely put to use in my future career in student affairs.

What is your best tip for success? Be passionate! Whatever you do in life, be passionate about it. Completely involve yourself in your craft and you will succeed. It took me several years to give in to being a studio art major because of lack of job security and several more years to discover my love of student affairs. I am extremely passionate about both and that passion has given me more success than I could have ever dreamed of as a senior in high school.

What advice do you have for college-bound students? Understand that failing may be a part of your journey but do not let fear immobilize you. There are so many resources on campus and your professors genuinely want you to succeed. So ask for help, try your best and keep moving forward.

Carlos Lopez

Carlos LopezCarlos Lopez, 26, is a senior at The University of Texas-Pan American and plans to graduate May 2015 with a fine arts degree with a concentration in graphic design. Lopez transferred to UTPA from the Universidad Mexico Americana del Norte in Reynosa. At UTPA, he created a concept design for the UTPA Library and a full promotional package for a Baptist church in Edinburg. Lopez also volunteered for a month at The Pan American student newspaper to help with video recording for the newspaper’s website. In addition, he designed a move-in manual for Residence Life and assisted many other departments with their graphic design projects, including Veteran Services, University Program Board, and the Office of the Dean of Students. Lopez currently holds the position of graphic designer for the Student Union.

Awards/Honors: Dean’s List, Spring 2011, Spring 2012, Spring and Fall 2013, and Spring and Fall 2014.

What are your plans after graduation? My goal is to work at a graphic design firm, or advertisement company either on video games or computer components aimed at gamers. I’ve always been attracted to video games, and to advertisements, as well as promotional pieces for certain products. But my dream would be to create my own business, a place where I could have a lot of creative freedom to create and explore new styles.

Do you plan to stay in the Valley? I would like to stay here in the Valley, but there are not many opportunities for my field of work, so I might move to Seattle or Los Angeles or San Francisco where there seems to be a lot more opportunities for creative majors.

What has your education done for you? My education has provided me with some challenges, but I feel that I learned the most out of my work-study position as a graphic designer at the Student Union. It was a really great complement for my studies, as well as a great opportunity to test out my skills in a “close to the real-world” situation.

How do you feel about your UTPA experience? To be honest if I had the opportunity to start all over again, I would try to get more involved with student organizations and all the events that this university offers.

What is your best tip for success? Never stop learning. The world and technology are changing and becoming better at an incredible speed, so you really need to catch up and keep updated.

What advice do you have for college-bound students? Take advantage of all the services this great university has to offer – visit the library, go to student union events, and most of all, have fun and make a lot of friends while you are here.

Ramiro Rios

Ramiro RiosRamiro Rios, 33, is a senior and plans to graduate with a mass communication degree with a minor in marketing in December 2015. As a member of the Advertising Club at The University of Texas-Pan American, he participated in the 2014 National Student Advertising Competition in Houston. He is also a writer for The Pan American newspaper’s Arts & Life section and has volunteered in Proyecto Azteca. Currently, Rios is the Student Union’s marketing assistant where he oversees the union’s official social media channels and also assists with the union’s monthly events. Last year, Rios won an essay contest to participate in the Association of College Unions International Leadership Conference in Baton Rouge, La. where he learned how to utilize his leadership skills and incorporate them at the Student Union. This summer, Rios plans to study abroad in Italy.

Awards/Honors: Dean’s List, Spring 2014 and Fall 2014; and International Education Fee Scholarship, Summer 2015.

What are your plans after graduation? My goal is to work in a public relations or marketing department for companies such as Sony, Microsoft or Apple. I’ve always been fascinated with the emerging technologies these companies invest in and my dream is to be part of a team that wants to increase their share in the Hispanic market. An MBA may also be in the cards later.

Do you plan to stay in the Valley? I would love to stay in a come-over-for-menudo radius of my parents who have lived here for over 30 years. Yet, I want to travel, experience other cultures and see what doors my education opens.

What has your education done for you? My education has provided me with great insight of how much I’m capable of, from being a critical thinker to helping me act independently. Ultimately, it has empowered me with valuable skills that have changed me for the better. I don’t see things the way I used to; everything I’ve learned here at UTPA has transformed me into a knowledgeable and critical thinking individual.

How do you feel about your UTPA experience? My experience at UTPA has helped me sharpen my skills in social media, event planning, marketing and public relations. Working at the Student Union has given me the opportunity to handle the union’s social media, which is a huge responsibility, participate in its big events and has served as a great launch pad for my future career in public relations and marketing. I’ve also had the great opportunity to work with the talented writers of The Pan American newspaper and the creative students in the Advertising Club. I honestly feel that I’ve met and worked with the journalists, advertising and public relations professionals who will shape the Rio Grande Valley in the future.

What is your best tip for success? Get involved. Whether you’re a biology, journalism or marketing major there is always an organization or group to join here. This is really the best place where you’re allowed to make mistakes and learn from them. You might not have that luxury in the real word.

What advice do you have for college-bound students? I know some students who pick majors depending on future salary. At the end of the day, it’ll end up being a regular 9-5 job. Pick something that inspires and motivates you, something that you enjoy doing, then you’ll have a job that you love and make money while doing it. Also, enjoy your time here. There is so much to do on campus. Live and breathe the Bronc culture, you’ll thank me later.

 

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