Class of 2022
Hi there! My name is Rosie Gotsch and am from Beverly, MA. I'm graduating from St. Lawrence University in December 2022. My Summer Research Fellowship project combines my studies at St. Lawrence as well as my career aspirations. I am an Environmental Studies- Sociology combined major and Education minor. After graduation, I want to pursue a career in sustainable architecture/development and focus on bringing affordable and environmentally sustainable homes to low-income neighborhoods.
My name is Tyler Grochot and I am a senior at St. Lawrence University. I am an extremely curious individual and love entrepreneurship, firefighting, music and yoga. At SLU I was a varsity football player and played quarterback. I recently just completed an internship in project management and loved it.
I'm a graduate student majored in philosophy and history, I'm currently working on my Master's degree for philosophy at The New School. This project is both a personal and an academic passion project for me. My research interests are phenomenology, dialectical materialism, and existentialism.
I am a graduate of the class of 2022. I majored in English and minored in Film and Representation Studies. Born in the Far East of Russia, I came to St. Lawrence to follow my dreams and pursue my interest in the field of film and media. During my journey, I realized that my cultural background has opened a path to connecting with others, listening to others, and sharing achievements we all perished throughout our life. My empathy and compassion led me to start in a new field of sales and financial services.
I am currently a senior at St. Lawrence from Cheshire, Connecticut and have been a member of the varsity football program since my arrival on campus. As a double major in business in the liberal arts and psychology I have taken part in a diverse educational experience that has given me a strong understanding of a variety of topics and fields unlike anything I could have imagined. I will be spending my final semester at SLU participating in a study abroad program in Sorrento, Italy this fall before venturing out into my post graduation endeavors.
Lizzie O'Keeffe graduated from St. Lawrence in 2022 with a major in English Literature. Lizzie spent the summer in D.C. working as an editorial intern at the Daily Caller, an online news outlet covering a wide range of topics, from U.S. and world politics to the latest in entertainment news. She had the opportunity to be trained as an editor during the internship, and as a result gained a first-hand look behind the scenes of the fast-moving online news publication.
Angeles Zuniga Medina
Ángeles Zúñiga is a candid human rights advocate from Puerto Ordaz, Venezuela. She graduated from St. Lawrence University in 2022, with a major in Global Studies and a double minor in Film and Education. She is also a UWC ISAK Japan alumna, Semester at Sea alumna, and Davis Scholar. During her entire senior year, Ángeles enrolled in the Career Services Internship Course, and was a Detained Units Intern for the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project.
Hannah Rutkowski '22 is a writer and editor who majored in English and minored in film studies and gender studies during her time at St. Lawrence. An avid book lover, she is interested in pursuing the publishing industry, and is exploring what parts of the industry she might fit into through internships with St. Lawrence Magazine, The Adirondack Review, and soon Slag Glass City. Rutkowski will be attending Depaul University this fall for an MFA in Writing and Publishing where she'll be working with Slag Glass City and taking in all that Chicago has to offer.
Skylar recently graduated from St. Lawrence University in May of 2022. She majored in Global Studies and Spanish and minored in Gender and Sexuality Studies, and completed an Honors SYE project this past spring in order to fulfill the requirements of the Global Studies major. She studied abroad in Madrid on the Spain program in the Fall of 2021, and drew from my research and experiences there while writing my Honors thesis. Skylar feels very fortunate to have been awarded a CIIS travel grant for a rock climbing trip in Catalonia, Spain at the conclusion of her semester abroad.
My name is Riku Tatsuzuki, from Tokyo, Japan. I study Economics as my major and minoring in Statistics here at St. Lawrence. My native language is Japanese and also fluent in English. I love watching movies, going skiing, playing soccer and lacrosse. I have a twin brother who lives in Vancouver.