Psychology

Virginia Walsh ’21 sitting inside plane

True To Form

When Virginia Walsh ’21 recently went to get some of her paintings framed for an upcoming exhibition, the art store employee couldn’t help but notice the skill in her landscapes – and passion. It seemed clear that Walsh’s post-graduation plans would be oriented around art. “Why are you going into... Read More

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