R-VOICE: What do you want to major in?

Yujin Seo interviewed students at Green Valley High School.

Angeline Dones, senior

"For undergrad, I want to major in bioengineering for a few simple reasons. Biology intrigues me, hospitals amuse me, and my dad said I should follow his footsteps and become an engineer, so I thought I’d give it a shot."

Ashley Martinez, senior

"I chose to major in entrepreneurship because I want to become a nonprofit social entrepreneur."

Chris Aguayo, junior

"I want to major in astrophysics because I have always enjoyed physics and space operations and I want to become an astrophysicist."

Schaller DeSart, freshman

"I want to major in marine biology because I really enjoy working with animals and learning about their lives."

Alex Christian, junior

"Veterinary medicine has been my passion ever since I was a child because I have always been an animal lover. I’ve grown up with three dogs since the day I was born and they’ve been a big part of my life. I want to contribute to something meaningful to me."

Robert Mafara, sophomore

"I want to major in forensic sciences because I find the process of analyzing crime scenes and the data that you obtain intriguing. Also, it’s the closest I can get to law enforcement without being too physical."

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