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Latest stories from the CHC Post

CHC senior Dominic Adams talks about his non-traditional path through college and learning about religion, philosophy, and disability studies.
Senior Sydney Beck came to the Clark Honors College so she could enter the 3+3 law program and shorten her undergraduate career. She’s well on her way to becoming a lawyer.
CHC senior Aarushi Dhamdhere imagines a world where helping others isn’t seen as a feel-good chore but a learning experience.
CHC senior Ethan Dinh has spent three years in UO’s Guldberg Lab, and hopes to continue researching while becoming a dentist.
CHC senior Amiya Fulton’s passion for human resources has informed her participation in the Residence Hall Association and formulated her thesis, which focused on redefining the resident assistant role at UO.
CHC senior Ella Gutierrez-Garner combines skills within her double major of global studies and Spanish to connect with her identity, and make a difference abroad.
CHC senior Eden Henry is headed to Harvard University to pursue a degree in higher education, motivated by the obstacles she overcame in her own academic career.
By seeking discomfort, CHC senior Eden McCall finds adventure — and stories worth telling.
CHC senior Maya Merrill embraces her community, striving to make a difference everywhere she goes.
CHC senior Lawren Paris’ curiosity about physical chemistry is accompanied by her passion for helping others understand why scientific research matters.
CHC senior Garrett Raver played a role in sharing the benefits of the UO with prospective students. He relied on symbols to spread the word.
CHC senior Elias Roessler’s passion for improving how students work has led him toward a career in special education.
CHC senior Madi Serrano wants to tackle the medical field and help others thrive.
CHC senior Madeline Thomason wants to be a doctor who creates strong relationships with her future patients. She’s had some practice as an observer and is ready to do more.
Since she was young, CHC senior Neive Wellington had a keen sense of her intentions. Through discovering the benefits of yoga in her life, she’s helping others find the best versions of themselves.
CHC senior Sarah Wittmann remembers how museums and libraries made history relatable for her as a kid. Now she wants to do the same for others.
CHC senior Trish Young integrates her identity with her exploration of anthropology.
CHC senior Miriam Yousaf reflects on empathy, her mentors, and what makes the Clark Honors College special.
Emma Harris, a junior in the CHC and an advertising major in the SOJC, takes an entrepreneurial approach with her mixed media art.
CHC sophomore Gayatri Misra has spent nearly two years apart from her family in India to pursue a career in teaching architecture.
CHC alum Ann Oluloro works to bridge the gap of disparities for Black women in the health world as a doctor of gynecology at the University of Washington.
CHC core faculty member Casey Shoop reflects on life, literature and grieving.
Clark Honors College seniors Ethan Dinh, Alex Staben and Alyson Johnston take home the top 3 cash prizes in the second annual event.
How three 2018 CHC alums have used their theses to support their careers.
CHC junior Sadie Creemer is a double major in economics and public policy, planning, and management. She wants to implement sustainability into every aspect of people's lives.