Brittany Dunbar '11
Major: Business Management and Art & Art History
Fondest WC Memory
I loved all of my time at WAC but the absolute best memory I have is the day I walked across the stage and became a first generation college graduate. Second runner up would be my time as a peer mentor.
Let’s Hear It for the Liberal Arts
I could easily list 100 ways that WAC prepared me for life. I think the greatest progression I made in my time there was developing my own identity and ability to think creatively.
My advice to current and future students is to get involved with as much as you can during your time at WAC. College is the perfect time to try different things, fail fast, meet new people and really find yourself. Academics are important but I see them as just one piece of the puzzle. Push yourself outside of your comfort zone. Also, if you get the opportunity, go abroad for a semester. Spending a semester in Paris my junior year was a liberating and life altering experience and I'm forever grateful for that time.