Morgaine Segura

Hometown: St. Louis, MO, born in Denver, CO
Major: History & Politics and Liberal Arts (double major) with Concentration in English
Year: Senior

"The greatest thing about SVC is the depth and variety of opportunity this deceptively small college offers. It seems that SVC helps its students pursue any interest they might have in a more intimate way than any large school would allow."

Morgaine likes to spend time around the "wonderful" staff, faculty, and student body, which is her favorite part of attending SVC.

"When I graduate, I would love to work for a journal/newspaper/magazine. Alternatively, I'd be interested in going to grad school and studying Cultural Anthropology or Teaching English as a Second Language (TESOL cert)."

Her advice to a new student (or any student, for that matter) would be to get involved. It makes things infinitely more enjoyable.

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Sara Diane Nolan, MSW, Adjunct Faculty, The Donald Everett Axinn Division of Social Sciences

Sara Diane Nolan, MSW

Adjunct Faculty, The Donald Everett Axinn Division of Social Sciences
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Morgaine Segura

Morgaine Segura

History & Politics and Liberal Arts double major. Read more about Morgaine Segura