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  • September 20

    Senior Speeches: Katie Miller

    “My dog has taught me to greet people warmly, do what makes me happy, remember to rest, be curious, and lift others up. Thanks to her, I’m learning to see this busy, complicated world more through the warm eyes of my dog.”
  • September 18

    Senior Speeches: Ty Cooper

    “Leaving here in nine months is a scary thought, but it’s also time to move on and start a new chapter in my life. Shattuck-St. Mary’s has been my home away from home for the past three years, and I will never really leave it behind.”
  • September 15

    Learning From an Expert

    Retired orthopedic surgeon visits with BioScience Center of Excellence students.
  • September 15

    Senior Speeches: Anna Promersberger

    “Life doesn’t care about plans. Whether we like it or not, the unexpected happens and I need to adjust my mindset to accept that and make the most of what it gives me. Of course, we all prefer the happy surprises in life, but often it’s the unexpected challenges that teach you the most.”
  • September 15

    Senior Speeches: Logan Sullivan

    “The lessons my grandfather taught me will stick with me forever. I couldn’t be more proud to call him my grandpa. Hunter, I know that you have some unfinished business in Kona, so I am going to do everything in my power to finish that race for you at some point in my life. After all, your rookie year was when you were 56, so I have time.”
  • September 14

    BioScience Students Tackle Bioethics with Leading Scientist

    Program students Skype with Dr. Jerome Singh on the ethical issues of genetic manipulation ahead of his keynote speech at the University of Minnesota.
  • September 12

    Senior Speeches: Alexandra Skinner

    “If you or anyone you know is struggling with anxiety or any other mental illness, I encourage you to talk about it, do something about it. There is no quick and easy fix, but life can get better. It all begins when you have the courage to ask for help.”

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