- Class of 2019
- Major, MinorBiology, Fine Arts - Studio Arts
Caitlin, who came to Loyola from Ansonia, Conn., says she was interested in a Jesuit university because it would allow her to explore and connect her passions for social justice, art, and biology. She was also drawn to a college experience in a city like Baltimore, where the community focuses on racial and social justice. During the fall of 2018, Caitlin, who is a biology major with a minor in studio arts, exhibited her work in a solo art exhibition called “A Modern-Day Genocide: Segregation and its Persistence,” which illustrated gun violence, red lining, and underfunded schools.The positive feedback she received from her exhibit solidified her passion for art—and marks her proudest moment at Loyola. Her involvement on campus includes working as an advocacy and awareness intern for CCSJ and as a lifeguard at the Fitness & Aquatic Center. Her advice to fellow students is to take advantage of all the resources available to them at Loyola, from extra office hours with professors to free group exercise classes at the FAC. Caitlin has ambitions of pursuing law school and working to end mass incarceration.
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