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Kylie Lanthorn's path to UW Tacoma took her to the stage of Carnegie Hall. She is the first recipient of the Chancellor's Medal to have entered UW Tacoma as a freshman.
For Brian Ashaba, “home” and “family” are bi-continental concepts. Growing up during the Ugandan civil war, Brian learned of the responsibilities of family leadership he would face as the oldest son.
Dee Sonntag's eyes were opened to new perspectives. The power of choice gives her confidence in her dreams.
Percy Strowhorn believes you are who you surround yourself with, and values the maturity of the environment at UW Tacoma. Maybe that’s why his friends describe him as an “old soul.”
When Indira Trejo receives her degree from UW Tacoma, she’ll be one step closer to achieving her dream of a PhD in immigration and border studies.
Colin McCann sees his future in foreign policy and politics, and has been stirred by his studies in UW Tacoma’s Global Honors Program to join the Peace Corps.
Noelle Gichohi has a record of firsts: firstborn to her parents in Kenya, first in her family to immigrate to the U.S. and first to go to college.