Emily Mulkerne '12 at Activism Symposium
The annual event brings the campus together for an exploration of making a difference.
Emily Mulkerne ’12 contributes to the consensus discussion during Activism Symposium. Mulkerne, a psychology major from Utica, N.Y., is an especially involved student as a member of the Whirligigs, Evenline songleader, resident advisor, organizer of Wells’ contribution to the “It Gets Better” project, and musician. A photo of her recently appeared on the front page of the Auburn Citizen as she took part in a Take Back the Night demonstration on Genesee Street. Emily will be spending a year after graduation as an ambassador with City Year New York.
Student clubs and activities continue to play a significant role in campus life. With presidents, chairs, secretaries, and treasurers, these organizations give Wells students a chance to experience what it's like to run an organization and work with others. They also serve as an important way to interact with other students who have the same interests, carry on and shape the future of something that you care about, and take part in one of the many legacies of the College: the opportunity to make life-long connections in interesting, fun ways.