COSAM Peer Advisor Shows Appreciation Through Art
“I am grateful for the opportunity to be a COSAM Peer Advisor,” explains Caroline Norris. “I wanted to show my love for all of the amazing people in COSAM by drawing the building itself.”
Caroline, a junior in the College of Sciences and Mathematics (COSAM), surprised staff before the holiday break with a hand-drawn image of the Sciences Center Classroom Building.
“It was fun to exercise a different part of my brain for their gift and progress through the repetitive lines and details,” she added. “You still have to think about it actively, but in a different way than you would for a test.”
Caroline is majoring in Biomedical Sciences/Pre-Dentistry with a minor in Business.
“If any student reading this likes details and finds detailed art calming instead of stressful, I would encourage him or her to shadow a few dentists,” Caroline said. “It combines academics and art, and it’s really fun!”
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