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Colleen Kramer

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Aubrey LeDonne

Class of 2018
Hometown: Lake Wallenpaupack, PA 
Major: Spanish & Minor in Justice and Peace Studies 

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Keira Logue

Class of 2015
Hometown: Vernon, PA 
Major: Nutrition & Dietetics with a Minor in Spanish
How will foreign language impact your future? As a dietician, being able to communicate with my clients and patients in their native language will be extremely helpful. Speaking Spanish with my future clients will allow me to make them feel more comfortable and more willing to listen or understand my suggestions for their treatment, therefore bettering their health. It is an invaluable skill to have in any medical profession. 

"Anything's possible if you've got enough nerve." -Ginny Weasley (Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix)

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Kelly Lynn

Class of 2016
Major: International Business & Spanish
How will foreign language impact your future? I plan to use my language skills to work closely with Hispanic/Latin Americans throughout my life. I would like to spend time abroad working with language, education and immigration after graduation in the spring. 
Favorite Quote: "If the world's at large, why should I remain?" -Modest Mouse

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Michael Magistro

Class of 2015
Hometown: Childs, PA
Major: Spanish/Asian Studies Dual Major with Minor in English
How will foreign language impact your future? Foreign language will play a crucial role in my future. In fact, it will BE my future. As I work toward becoming a translator/interpreter, foreign language will be the catalyst with which I carve my career. 
Favorite Marywood Memory: 1.) Fall 2014 semester spent in Beijing, China. 2.) Dora, Diego y Boots en Machu Picchu.  

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