After exploring theater, anthropology and ethnic studies as majors during her freshman year, it was Therese Gardner’s love of TED Talks––and her eventual involvement with TEDxCU––that set her on a path toward earning her bachelor’s degree in communication.
Senior Delaney Schoenfeldt is graduating as the College of Media, Communication and Information’s William W. White Outstanding Senior, an honor earned by the student with the highest GPA in the college.
Once senior Hannah Metzger joined CU Boulder’s CU Independent during her first year, she knew she needed to switch her major to journalism. It turned out to be a good decision. Metzger is the Department of Journalism’s William A. White Outstanding Senior.
Founding a fraternity chapter, starting up a university interfraternity council (IFC) and graduating with a bachelor's degree in computer science were never part of Keaton Hoeger’s plan when first starting college. However, these were all among the things Keaton accomplished in his four years at CU Boulder.
Daniel Wilson's interest in the technical and creative aspects of filmmaking started early in life. Graduating with a bachelor’s degree in cinema studies with an emphasis on film production, he hopes to take those interests into the world of cinematography while not forgetting his Colorado roots.
In just the last few weeks, Daniel Knowles co-founded GyftCO. The company connects local businesses with the larger community as an outlet for selling e-gift cards. Customers can pre-purchase and redeem the gift cards as stores reopen.
Before arriving at CU, senior Hannah Weber was searching for a major that encompassed all of her favorite subjects: English, psychology, math and science. She found it and is graduating as CMCI's William W. White Outstanding Senior.
For senior Lindey Hoak, college was all about mixing creativity with productivity. This spring, Hoak will graduate as the Department of Advertising, Public Relations and Media Design’s William W. White Outstanding Senior.