Volume XXVI, SCE Issue Contributors

Victoria Cline ’19 grew up in the state of Georgia and overseas in Latin America. She has a passion for making a difference in the world around her and hopes to continue doing so either in public service or law. During her time at Washington College as an English and Political Science Major, she was President of the Student Government Association and involved in Dance Club, Sho’troupe and tutored in the Writing Center. Additionally, she interned in the Maryland General Assembly, the Governor’s Office and the Library of Congress while at WAC. For fun, Victoria enjoys adventuring in her favorite pair of cowboy boots and enjoying a large glass of sweet tea (the Southern kind).

Nicole DeWitt ’19 When she was a student at WAC, she majored in anthropology and minored in philosophy. Within her major, she focused on archaeology, and within that, would like to pursue historical archaeology in future academic endeavors. She was an intern at the Chestertown Public Archaeology Lab, vice president of the Anthropology Club, and dedicated SafeRide employee. She will be taking a gap year upon graduation, but will be working as a field assistant on an archaeological dig conducted by the Chestertown Public Archaeology Lab. She will also continue with her position as volunteer archivist at the Oberlin Heritage Center in Ohio, where she is from. In the future she would like to attend graduate school, where she will combine her liberal arts training in anthropology/archaeology and philosophy with graduate programs that foster similar liberal arts’ values. In the end, she hopes to be a strong human right’s and social justice activist who is involved in their community and using their discipline to teach others about the cultures she studies.

Mai Nguyen Do ’19

Rachel Frebert ’19 is a senior double majoring in Communication and Media Studies and Art and Art History. She has worked on campus as a Kohl Gallery intern and within the Career Center as the Jr. Art Director. After graduation, she intends to further her artistic practices and works towards achieving her MFA.

Catherine Gaudlip ’19 Graduated in 2019. Majored in Environmental Science with minors in Chemistry and Earth Science. Enjoys field work, lab work, and being outside. This paper is for the SCE thesis for Environmental Science.

Laiken Harrigan ’19

Charlotte Lindsay ’19 is a Washington College graduate with a major in English and a minor in Creative Writing. She is pursuing her MFA in poetry at Rutgers Newark.

Danielle Lynch ’19

Kelsey McNaul ’19

Cole Craig Rineer ’19

Joshua D. Samuels ’19 is a senior dual-major in Biology and Psychology with a concentration in Behavioral Neuroscience. He is also a dual-sport athlete as he is the goalkeeper for the men’s soccer as well as a member of the men’s swimming team. In his time at WAC, he conducted psychology research with Dr. Michael Kerchner and Dr. Christopher Beasley, preformed neuroscience research at Rutgers University, was a geospatial data analyst for Washington College GIS, lifeguarded at the swim center, and was an executive committee member for Washington College Día de Fútbol. He is also a member of Phi Betta Kappa, Beta Beta Beta (biology honors society), Psi Chi (psychology honors society), and the Cater Society and was the recipient of the Goose Nation Award. Outside of WAC, he is a local youth soccer and goalkeeper coach and loves spending time with friends and family. After graduation, he will work as a Research Fellow at the National Institutes of Health conducting neuroimmune research and plans to return to graduate school to pursue is Ph.D. in neuroscience.

Aziz Sbeih ’19 was an International Studies and Economics double major, and is currently doing a master’s at King’s College London in National Security Studies. Aziz hopes to work in the security field after his graduation which could include roles among governmental agencies, consultancy through political risk advisory, or anti-financial crime.

Eman Simms ’19

Lori Wysong ’19 majored in History and minored in Spanish and European Studies. While on campus, she served as News Editor for The Elm and was involved in Model UN, improv, and theatre. In the Fall of 2019, she began a Graduate Assistantship at Villanova University, studying History and concentrating in Public History. “Sea of Equilibrium:” Antoni Gaudí’s Political Undercurrent was her SCE at Washington College.

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