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Looking Ahead:

Graduates reflect on four years at W&L

  • Anne Russell Calvert
    A business administration and French major from Atlanta, Ga., Anne Russell will move back to Atlanta to work for SunTrust Robinson Humphrey as an analyst in Debt Capital Markets.
  • Nina Coolidge
    A journalism major from Boston, Mass., Nina will work in Washington, D.C., for Thomson Reuters, an international business and financial news wire service.
  • Lindsay Erickson
    A business administration major from Silver Spring, Md., Lindsay will work for the USGA (United States Golf Association) as part of its Fellowship in Leadership and Service.
  • Mike Fahey
    A journalism and sociology major from Marshfield, Mass., Mike will work in Watertown, Mass., as a production assistant for the New England Sports Network.
  • Alex Gould
    A philosophy and Chinese major from Rocky Mount, N.C., Alex will move to Kaohsiung, Taiwan, a province of China, to become a monk at Fo Guang Shan Monastery as part of the Woodenfish Program.
  • Jameson Graber
    A math and physics major from Arlington, Texas, Jameson will pursue a Ph.D. in mathematics at University of Virginia.
  • Kat Greene
    A journalism and German major from Kennesaw, Ga., Kat will work in New York as a reporter for Bloomberg News, a wire service that provides news for the business world.
  • Matt Harrison
    A geology, history and accounting and business administration major from Sherrills Ford, N.C., Matt will work for PricewaterhouseCoopers in McLean, Va., as an associate in corporate tax.
  • Lauran Paten Hughes
    A theater and French major from Richmond, Va., Paten will pursue an acting career in New York City after graduation.
  • Rachel Hull
    A biochemistry major from Hagerstown, Md., Rachel will pursue a master's degree in public health with a concentration in behavioral science and health education at Emory University's Rollins School of Public Health in the fall.
  • Briana Johnson
    A business administration major from Nashville, Tenn., Briana will work for Wachovia in Charlotte, N.C. as a junior analyst in Portfolio Management.
  • Tim McGlaston
    A biology major from Attleboro, Mass., Tim will attend Harvard Medical School in the fall.
  • Quiana McKenzie
    An American government and society major with a concentration in Poverty Studies from Chicago, Ill., Quiana will be a James H. Dunn, Jr. Fellow in the Office of the Governor of Illinois - Chicago Office.
  • Sarah Tilbor
    An environmental studies major from West Simsbury, Conn., Sarah will work as an associate environmental consultant at Project Performance Corporation in McLean, Virginia.