“You’ll look up and down streets. Look ’em over with care. About some you will say, ‘I don’t choose to go there.’ With your head full of brains and your shoes full of feet, you’re too smart to go down a not-so-good street.” – Dr. Seuss As more and more active members of Eukaryon graduate and begin their lives outside of Lake Forest, it becomes apparent that being in Eukaryon affected each of their paths and has given them various streets to follow. The benefits of being an active member of Eukaryon can be seen in almost all of the stories of Eukaryon’s alumni. It can either be miniscule yet pertinent, as seen in alumnae such as Katrina Brandis ’06 and Alina Spivak ’08, or imperative to the career path of Eukaryon alumni, as is the case in both Michelle Mckinzey ’06 and Jessica Price’s ’06 career paths. The one common thread that they all share is that Eukaryon gave them skills that they needed to succeed after graduation and made sure that they were able to go down the path that was right for them.
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