Caitlin originally chose RWU for its small class size and personal attention from faculty and staff. But Caitlin’s experience extended far beyond the classroom. She took on a double major in English Literature and Spanish, was a Resident Assistant, a WQRI member and DJ, a member of the Multicultural Student Union, the University Honors Program and Sigma Delta Pi (the Spanish honor society) and an intern for East Bay Newspapers! You might think she’d have taken her summers off to relax and catch up on sleep. Not Caitlin. She jumped into an RWU program taking language immersion and Spanish literature classes in Guatemala and Honduras. Caitlin took advantage of all the University has to offer.