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Intellectual and social freedom. Empowerment. Strong opinions. Mutual respect.

These are some of the terms Charles Bonar ’19 uses to describe his time at Wesleyan. Initially interested in neuroscience, Charles will graduate this Spring majoring in African American studies and minoring in film. His Wesleyan journey has been filled with studies and friendships that have consistently challenged what he thought he knew. The result is an expansive and inclusive worldview—one that has helped him become comfortable with ambiguity and motivated to share his experiences, especially with other members of the African Students Association and first-generation college students.

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