When Hannah Rials was 12 years old, she woke up from a dream about a teenage vampire. Instead of rolling over and going back to bed, she got up and started writing. Eight years later, those late night writings are now a published novel called Ascension.
Creative outlet To see the jewelry that Miette Craig makes and sells online, go to: https://www.etsy.com/shop/EarthlyIndigoDesigns. Miette Craig hasn’t stopped going to school for the past two years, summers included. And the 17-year-old doesn’t see any breaks for 2½ more years, summers included. “I just want to get it done,” she says. “I don’t see the point in wasting time.” “Driven” doesn’t do her justice. On May 18, she…
Ryan Ward got back from California a couple of weeks ago. It wasn’t a pleasure trip to Disneyland or Hollywood. He was crunching numbers, digging through spreadsheets, consulting financial records. His trip to the West Coast came as a result of an internship Ward landed through the Joseph F. Decosimo Success Center in the UTC College of Business.
Rachel Peters is making music with a laser. As a chemistry major entering her senior year, Peters and Dr. Han Park, assistant professor of chemistry, are researching what is called the photoacoustic effect.