Tufts University

Four Years,
Infinite Possibilities

The evolution of a Tufts undergraduate.

Sophomore year -- whether you look at it as two years down or two years to go, for the members of the class of 2010, this spring signifies the midpoint of their Tufts journey.

Over the past two years, six of those members have allowed us to come along for the ride as they continue to discover their place in the Tufts community. From deciding on a major to joining various organizations or planning a trip abroad, these six students, each with their own unique identity, continue to prove the great college ideal -- anything is possible.


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Spring 2008: The halfway point

Brittany Cahoon
Altamonte Springs, Fla.
Confident, Wall Street-bound
Edna Gonzalez
Las Vegas, Nev.
Ambitious political rights activist
Andrew Mulherkar
Seattle, Wash.
Environmentally concerned musician
Jane Song
Mukilteo, Wash.
Supporter of women's rights
Shea Sullivan
Los Angeles, Calif.
Future surgeon with a musical streak
Pacific Tuyishime
Kigali, Rwanda
International student lends a hand

Spring 2007: One year down

Fall 2006: The beginning

Profiles written by Kaitlin Melanson, Web Communications

Photos by Alonso Nichols for University Photography, except for photos of Gonzalez by Melody Ko, University Photography.

This story originally ran on Apr. 14, 2008.