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“Freshman year, my RA convinced us that football was such a big deal here that we had to camp out in front of the stadium to be sure to get front-row seats at the game. I’m from Nebraska, where football is a very big deal, so I believed it. About 10 of us set up a tent and had a great time, though it turns out we didn’t need to – it was a fun prank! The Native American community has been most important to me here. A lot of my commitments and friends have been here. It’s been a way to learn about what their upbringing was like. I’m a first-gen college graduate. Recently I’ve been thinking about how happy I am to be sad as I leave – I’ve made such great friends and found a home here and have fallen in love with Stanford. Next I’ll be working at PwC in cybersecurity consulting and will return to co-term in computer science. I’ve been involved with the American Indian Science and Engineering Society for all four years. I was the financial officer for the Stanford Powwow last year. I’ll miss just hanging out at the NACC (Native American Community Center), which is a community in itself. Another fun memory is the first day of one quarter, my friends and I woke up at 5 and sat on the roof of McMurtry and watched the sun rise. It was sentimental and nostalgic.” –Kaylee Bunner, computer science, minor in Native American studies #stanford18 📷: @hollyhernandezphoto

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