It’s hard to imagine a college career with more substance than Lilly’s. Although she knew she wanted to pursue a pre-med track, she had no idea that she would end up with a double major, tacking on minors to help explore her interests. A member of the University Honors Program, Lilly has taken advantage of opportunities across the globe including a trip to Hong Kong for a marine pollution conference and traveling to Jamaica to work with children with autism. Her senior thesis on ecotoxicology gave her the chance to conduct a two-year research project with one of her professors, and she spent last summer interning with physicians in psychiatry and pain management. On campus, Lilly finds time to be the chair of InterClass Council, is a Residential Life Program Coordinator, a math tutor, an RA and an Admissions Ambassador.