For major accounting firms, there just aren’t enough students like Corine. She’s on the Dean’s List, plays tennis, has had multiple internship and job experiences and has won student business awards.
Kyle Capps is a senior accounting major from Mount Clemens, Mich.; he likes listening to Kanye West as well as rooting for the New York Knicks and Michigan State.
Brian Sutter, a sophomore, is a physics and informatics double major from South Bend, Ind., who loves listening to Lecrae and Miles Davis, watching anything from Jeopardy to SNL.
Leanna Teodosio, a senior bible and religion major from Lima, Ohio, is a fan of “New Girl,” listens to an eclectic variety of music and loves “For The Time Being,” by Annie Dillard.
Jaime Stack, a junior biology major from Goshen, loves comic book movies, country music and Rick Riordarn’s “Percy Jackson” series.
Gretchen Geyer, from Parnell, Iowa, is a junior social work major who enjoys listening to bluegrass and reading cookbooks. She is also “a Hawkeye, born and raised.”
Stefan is an active participant in multiple campus groups that address inequality. But he also found that GC gave him a place to share his story—something that is just as valuable as the education he’s receiving.
Martin Flowers, from Nappanee, Ind., is a sophomore music/theater double major who listens mostly to indie and alternative-based rock and roots for the Indianapolis Colts and Chicago Cubs.
Anika Baumgartner, a junior biology major from Goshen, loves to watch “So You Think You Can Dance,” listens to One Republic and Parachute, and is a Roger Federer fan.
GC’s Study-Service Term (SST) was the selling point for Michelle, and her experiences studying and living in Peru only affirmed her decision to study physics and math here.