Anthropology professor Joowon Park is using K-pop, the spirited, South Korean music phenomenon, to help first-year students explore interdisciplinary ideas and acclimate to the rigors of academic life at Skidmore.
Meet Juleyka Lantigua-Williams ’96, a government major who loved her genetics class and was on the construction team for the theater company. Today, she’s a storyteller opening media to more people of color.
"Years ago, if someone told me I was going to play hockey here, I wouldn’t have believed them. Because I’m a first-generation college student and opportunities like this didn’t seem possible…until they were."
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