Across our various fields of study, Graceland students and recent alumni are finding professional success every day. These stories capture how the Graceland Experience continues to help more scholars make their ambitions become realities.
Tatiana Davis learned long ago that life is no fairy tale, but that hasn’t stopped her from seeing the world through enchanted eyes.
For most people, getting braces is less than a desirable experience. There’s the pain, the maintenance, the expense, the physical appearance—the list of grievances goes on.
Antonia Davidson says that she found Graceland “by accident.”
When Karin Blythe ’08 graduated from Graceland, she left Lamoni “on a high.”
Caitlyn Barbour ’14 is far from inexperienced.
Junbin Guo is just one of many international students at Graceland University.
Daniel Vogelsang ’13 says that he has always been an explorer. And since coming to Graceland, he has indulged the trait.
Patrick Minor forgot how to play piano this year.
For many students, it can be difficult to see how their classwork will one day benefit their lives.
Ever since Sarah Balik ’12 was little, she knew she wanted to be a doctor. However, during winter term of her sophomore year at Graceland, she encountered a conflict that would eventually change her mind.