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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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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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Megan McDonnell

Class of: 2014/2015
Hometown: Honesdale
Major: Spanish & Biology with Minor in English
Activities at Marywood: Honors Program, World Language Club

“The only people for me are the mad ones, the ones who are mad to live, mad to talk, mad to be saved, desirous of everything at the same time, the ones who never yawn or say a commonplace thing, but burn, burn, burn, like fabulous yellow roman candles exploding like spiders across the stars.” -Jack Kerouac

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Paige Morrison

Class of 2015
Hometown: Athens, PA
Major: History & Minors in Spanish and Peace & Justice Studies
How will foreign language impact your future? The ability to communicate and personally connect with Spanish-speaking persons, whether it be in this country or areas that I travel to, will be hugely beneficial in my future. Also, I am hoping to enter the education field after graduation, and knowing a second language is a great advantage when job-seeking. 

"We all smile in the same language."

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Bianca Noel

Class of 2016
Hometown: Cheltenham, PA
Major: Pre-PA & Dual Minor in Spanish and Nutrition
How will foreign language impact your future? The ability to fluently speak three languages will certaqinly be useful as a Physician Assistant.  With an increase of Spanish speakers, it is essential for medical practices to have personnel capable of relaying information in a way one can understand.  My use of Spanish has already gotten me this far in life, but I hope to continue on in ways that will benefit the lives of others. 

"I can't change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination." -Jimmy Dean

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