I Found My Niche at Loyola University Maryland
Student Name: Trisha
School: Loyola University Maryland
Major: Global Studies
“Hi, I’m Trisha and I am a first year at Loyola University Maryland majoring in Global Studies. I’m involved in ALANA’s Sister to Sister, a group where Black women come together and speak to each other about how they feel and what’s going on in the world. It’s been tough trying to make friends these two semesters because of the pandemic and doing most of school online, and me being an introvert does not help either.
Since I want to travel when I’m older, being a Global Studies major requires the student to have a global experience. Most people do this through studying abroad for a year or semester, and this is something I’ve always wanted to do since I was younger. To be able to do that makes me feel ecstatic!” –@trishyyxy
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