Natalie Garces, '18 Marketing, placed second in a social-responsibility case competition, which led to a Microsoft gig, a slot in the Husky 100 and an upcoming master's degree.
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Brit Barnhouse, '18 Writing Studies, immersed herself fully into an ocean of words, becoming editor of Tahoma West and mentoring writers at the TLC.
The annual honor recognizes students who've made the most of their time at UW.
A class in sociology changed Kayesee Schermerhorn's worldview, leading her to choose law and policy as a major, and ultimately leading to the Husky 100.
A first-generation college student and one of the Husky 100, Ashley Righetti plans to pursue a Ph.D. in clinical psychology.
A first-generation student, Jay Novelo is one of the Husky 100 and plans a career as a high school teacher.
A peer advisor while at UW Tacoma and a member of the Husky 100, Cyril Johns hopes to attend medical school and specialize in orthopedics.
One of 17 siblings, and the seventh to get a college degree, Asha Isaac is one of the Husky 100 and now has a job at Costco's Issaquah headquarters.
Coming to the U.S. from Vietnam to improve his life, Nhan Hoang is one of this year's Husky 100 and graduates with a degree in business administration.
Shedding self-doubts, Alishia Agee-Cooper listened to the people around her and is putting her new degree to use as an advocate for children and the marginalized.