Favorite Subject: Capstone and Art
Favorite book read at WA: Of Mice and Men
Favorite WA tradition: Kissing the rock before Mock Trial competition
Senior Thesis Statement: The striving for transcendent truth, is being abandoned for the belief that truth is flexible and Christians, knowing transcendence and God’s standard for truth must oppose it and be examples of transcendent truth despite the difficulties we will face.
Brief Description of Senior Thesis: Secular society has abandoned objective truth and replaced it with the idea of “my truth.” This is harmful to society and as Christians we have an obligation to be lights and examples of truth even as we face persecution in doing so.
College Choice: University of Arkansas
Intended Major or field of work after Westminster: Art Conservation
What advice or encouragement would you give to younger students at Westminster?
Make it as fun as you possibly can without breaking the rules. Think outside the box and make the most of it while it lasts.
Please share a funny memory or highlight from your time at Westminster:
In 6th grade Julianna and I hid a small plastic monkey in one of Mrs. Massey’s plants and planned to go back and get it at the end of the year. We forgot about it and in 7th grade we went back to her room to find it and called it Operation Nortsabergia but we couldn’t find it. To this day we don’t know where that monkey is.
Favorite Bible Verse: “And we know that the Son of God has come and has given us understanding so that we may know him who is true; and we are in him, in his Son Jesus Christ. He is the true God and eternal life.” 1 John 5:20
Prayer Request: Please pray for me as I make my final college decisions and go through the process of preparing for college