February 02, 2016
"It's the most interesting thing for me to learn about how people live their lives when they aren't the same as mine," Holly Johnston '17 explains.
"I have always had a fascination in how the world operates and why people are different," Johnston says.
With the combination of her majors and minors under her belt, she hopes to one day work for the government and "create change that the world needs to see."
The Summit, N.J. native says one of her favorite things about Susquehanna is the sense of community and family that she feels on campus. She especially appreciates being able to go to her professors with any sort of question or concern without any hesitation, including Baris Kesgin, assistant professor of political science.
"Through hours of encouragement and conversations, Dr. Kesgin never failed to remind me that no matter what anyone says, do what you want to do," Johnston says.