Senior Spotlight: Brianna Buczkowski

by Taylor McCarty on May 2, 2016 · 0 comments

Congratulations to our graduating seniors and thank you for your work with NeW! We are pleased to spotlight some of our outstanding chapter leaders and members. We will miss working with them on campus, but look forward to them joining our NeW Alumnae Network.

Today we’re celebrating Brianna Buczkowski, the founding Chairwoman of NeW at Grove City College. Brianna is a native of Bethel Park, Pennsylvania and she enjoys writing, playing piano, traveling, trying new things. She will be receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Communication Studies.

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How did NeW shape your college experience?

Starting our chapter on campus provided me the opportunity to meet and talk with students and faculty I other wise wouldn’t have had an opportunity to work with.

What is your favorite part of NeW? Your favorite memory?

My favorite part of NeW was, after a long time and many obstacles, starting the Grove City College chapter to keep going and make an impact on our campus.

Why do you think others should be involved with NeW?

College women should be involved in NeW for the community and encouragement it provides like-minded women.

What is one piece of advice you would pass on to NeW ladies following you?

Take hold of every opportunity and experience given to you while in college to find out what you really excel at and enjoy and when you find that, go after it to the best of your ability with confidence and grace.

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