We’re still here: Grace Larson ’20

The most important lesson that Grace Larson ’20 learned during college is “that your heart can have two homes,” she says.

Larson, of Coon Rapids, Minnesota, is majoring in English with minors in psychology and sociology. She will be staring a new job in Minneapolis after graduation in May.

Because of the off-campus end to the semester, “I am sad, but I am coping,” she says. “I am trying to find positives in this experience like learning yoga and having more time for writing and art.”


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