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Beyond the Sallyport

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Andy Wang

By Anthony Lauriello     5/22/12 7:00pm

Last Saturday hundreds of Rice seniors passed through the Sallyport completing their journey at Rice University. The Thresher sat down with four of these distinct individuals to learn about where they will go after Rice and hear their reflections about their experience at Rice. While these seniors have divergent interests and plans, they share one thing in common: an appreciation for their new alma matter and a promising future.





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