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    We are McDaniel: Class of 2021 Senior Profiles

    Here’s to McDaniel’s Class of 2021. They are distinctively McDaniel. Confident. Committed. Innovative. Curious. Genuine. Dynamic. Enthusiastic. World changing. Kind. We’re proud to call them alumni and prouder still to share a selection of their stories here – told as only they can tell them, in their own words.
  • Jasmin Chavez '19

    Class of 2019: Jasmin Chavez

    Jasmin Chavez '19 brought a League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) chapter to McDaniel and says it has been one of the most transformative experiences of her life. Having the opportunity to empower council members so that they can serve as advocates in their respective communities has transformed the way she views leadership.
  • Brandon Rozanski '19 majored in Biology

    Class of 2019: Brandon Rozanski

    Biology major Brandon Rozanski was named the #6 ROTC cadet in the nation during his senior year and his academic excellence earned him a spot in medical school at the Uniformed Service University of Health Sciences.
  • Ashly Nsangou '19 majored in Biology

    Class of 2019: Ashly Nsangou

    A first-generation college student born in Cameroon, Ashly Nsangou chartered the first black Greek letter sorority on McDaniel's campus, served as Student Government president and left her footprints in research labs in psychology, sociology and biology. She published her first scholarly article as a sophomore.
  • Jonathan Nepini '19 majored in Art with a Graphic Design specialization

    Class of 2019: Jonathan Nepini

    After Jonathan Nepini finishes his master's in graphic design, he plans to open his own design firm or work for a nonprofit related to environmental conservation in the Chesapeake. His senior honors solo art exhibition show tackled the issue of sea level rise in the Chesapeake Bay region from several different angles ranging from its environmental effects to its effects on the communities that border the Bay.
  • McDaniel College senior Morgan Collinson

    Class of 2019: Morgan Collinson

    Morgan Collinson completed two internships and studied abroad at McDaniel's branch campus in Budapest. The Accounting Economics and Business Administration major earned her first internship during Interviewing Day, a Business Administration department program that brings about 25 companies to campus to do quick 20-minute interviews with multiple students in a three-hour period.
  • Atticus Rice '19  majored in Political Science and Communication

    Class of 2019: Atticus Rice

    Atticus Rice crossed the country from Portland, Oregon, to major in Communication and Political Science with a specialization in American Politics and Law. As co-editor-in-chief of the McDaniel Free Press, he worked with a team to increase the number of print issues and overhaul organizational policies and structure to help achieve the goal of delivering the news the McDaniel community deserves to know.
  • 2019 graduate Megan Quattrone

    Class of 2019: Megan Quattrone

    Chemistry-Kinesiology major Megan Quattrone leaves footprints all over the field hockey and lacrosse fields — and hopes to leave her mark on a new cancer treatment that utilizes one of the new compounds she sythesized during summer research.
  • Wayne Young '19 majored in Social Work

    Class of 2019: Wayne Young Jr.

    Wayne Young served on many executive boards during his time on the Hill, including the Social Work Advocates Network, Hispanic Latinx Alliance and Global Zero. He also founded the McDaniel College Debate and Speech Club.
  • English major Jackie White, class of 2019

    Class of 2019: Jackie White

    English major Jackie White discovered a new passion for Cinema to go with her lifelong love of the English language and literature. TV Production class is her best class ever — she learned how to run almost every position in a television news station as well as teamwork and adaptability.