Gary Ambert, Eliana Rojas Kipreos, and Jessica Bradsher

Gary Ambert, Eliana Rojas Kipreos, and Jessica Bradsher
Personal statement: "I'm so lucky to have grandparents who accept my identity . . . My Ita and my Papa Gary never behaved like others in their generation. It's normal for me to talk about my love life with both of them. I feel blessed that we share an interest in diversity and equal rights for everyone. I couldn't ask for a better pair of allies." Jessica Bradsher is a graduate student in the Master of Fine Arts program in Sculpture.
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