- Class of 2019
- Major Psychology
Brittani, a psychology major from Pasadena, Md., came to Loyola to thrive in a smaller school setting. In her four years, she's made everlasting relationships and found her home in the ALANA-sponsored first-year program, Ignatius Scholars. Brittani, who aspires to be a professional photographer, enjoys using her media marketing and photography skills to work with SGA and other organizations on campus. In her spare time, she volunteers at non-profits and enjoys thrift shopping. Her proudest moment at Loyola has been meeting like-minded individuals who are interested in social justice issues. She says the coursework and service-learning opportunities through CCSJ have prepared her for life after Loyola. The senior's advice to fellow Greyhounds: “Dedicate yourself to a club or organization and give it your all, because the experience will make you well-rounded and ready for the diverse job market.”
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My psychology courses and work with and service through CCSJ have taught me how to face real-world problems and combat them for a more just and equitable world.