"I feel like I’ve gone through a lot of growth at UNH. I’m the same person, but a lot more externally chill. I’m a little more weathered, but for the better."
“Realizing that I could do that [reporting in and on China] was just a big deal in realizing how mature I’ve become over the years and how capable I am of being independent.”
"When I started at UNH, I had so many things I wanted to do."
“I want to say that I have never been afraid of any challenge, because I will always have a positive attitude to face and overcome it.”
“My involvements at UNH have made me a positive influencer, a dancer, a leader, and a social justice warrior.”
“I learned to have hope until the very last moment, never give up. You never know where help is going to come from. Never lose your hope.”
“My advice to younger students is to get involved; that’s how I found my community. For anyone who feels they are having struggles, either academically or otherwise, by getting involved you will have a support system to get you through tougher times.”
"I’m compelled by the drive to know our history and the people who’ve come before us, and to know about the people whose voices have been erased."
"Push yourself to an experience that you’re not 100 percent sure about. Worst possible scenario is that you have a great story to tell. Best possible scenario is that it could change your life forever."
"You learn more from when you fail than when you succeed. It teaches you empathy."