Congratulations to our seniors, who just graduated (pictured from top left): Arnaav Bhavanani, Marie Boussard, Camille Britton, Nell Buechler, Sasha Linden-Cohen, Sonja English, Yeti Kang, Brooke Kushwaha, Audrey Lam, Jessica Mason, Scott Walkinshaw, Melissa Thornton, Livia Wallick, Binxin Wang, Miriam Zenilman
The College of Letters is thrilled to graduate such a talented group of students.
The Covid-19 pandemic has made this a most trying time to graduate from college. Here are some of the next steps graduating seniors are taking:
Sonja English will be moving to Washington DC to work as a Management Consultant. Over the summer, she plans to continue writing at home in Malaysia and volunteer at a food bank – Brooke Kushwaha is living in Houston, TX and recently accepted a remote position at 617 Media Group, a Boston marketing firm specializing in labor communications – Jessica Mason was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa, moved to Washington, DC, and is seeking work in the communications and advocacy sector – Yeti Kang will join the MA program in the Divinity School at the University of Chicago – Binxin Wang will enter Columbia University’s Post-baccalaureate Premedical Program – Scott Walkinshaw received a two-year study grant from the DAAD and will pursue an MA in comparative literature at the University of Konstanz, Germany – Miri Zenilman will pursue an MFA in Film and Television Production at the USC School of Cinematic Arts
Every year, the COL is pleased to award the Kevin Echart Memorial Prize to the graduating College of Letters senior who best exemplifies the intellectual curiosity and range, the pleasure of colloquy, the capacity for admiration and skepticism, and the moral seriousness and love of books that we honored in our late colleague and seek to foster in the students of the College of Letters.
The 2020 recipients of the Echart Memorial Prize are Melissa Thornton and Binxin Wang.
Congratulations, Melissa and Binxin, and thank you for your invaluable contributions to the COL community!