Anthropology Graduating Senior Breanna Escamilla delivers MSU College of Social Science Spring 2018 Student Commencement Speech

undergraduate Breanna Escamilla in cap and gownMs. Breanna Escamilla was chosen as the MSU College of Social Science Spring 2018 Student Commencement Speaker. Breanna majored in anthropology with a focus on sociocultural studies as well as completing a double minor in Chicano/Latino Studies and African American/ African Studies.

During her time at MSU, she has participated in various civic engagement activities including volunteering at Detroit Public Schools. Ms. Escamilla is a sister in the first Latina based sorority in the country, Lambda Theta Alpha and holds two jobs on campus.

Working with people and woman of color such as herself inspires her to tell her own story and this is ingrained in her love for the social sciences because she feels that every major, minor and specialization is a way to tell someones’ own story. Breanna will attend the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign to pursue her PhD.

Click here to view Breanna’s story featured in MSU Today.

 

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06.13.18