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Senior Memories: Class of 2018

Tuesday, May 1, 2018

The class of 2018 has definitely left its mark on each of our departments. We can't thank them enough for all they've done to further the arts not only in our school, but across our community. Here are a few of our graduating seniors with their favorite memory over the past four years:

Rhianna Jordan

"My favorite moment memory from my time in the Department of Dance was choreographing my senior piece, "PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE," and presenting it in University Dance Company show at the Lied Center.”  ​

Hunter Harding

“I got to spend spring break of my senior year with fellow film majors exploring and networking across the city of Los Angeles. The annual Film and Media Studies Department-sponsored trip, "Career Week in L.A.," provides a select group of students the opportunity to meet and visit with a multitude of KU alumni and industry professionals who are currently working in film or television. From watching a live-taping of Jimmy Kimmel Live!, to behind-the-scenes in the producer's control room, to meeting iconic film director Christopher Nolan in person at the Arclight movie theater, this week was without a doubt one of the most amazing experiences I had at KU.”

Ana Glocker

“My favorite moment from my time in the Dance Department would have to be seeing my own choreography presented. Each time I presented something was such a moment of growth for me, personally. It’s an amazing feeling to see something you've dreamed up and created come alive.”

Ricky Smith

“I would say my favorite moment in the Film and Media studies department was winning my first Tensie Award for my cartoon Bird Brains.”