Name: Willa Altman-Kaough Hometown: Spring, TX Major: International Relations and Global Studies Weenie Class: Spring 2012 Why are you riding for cancer? I applied to Texas 4000 because I have seen many people who I love lose moms, dads, children, siblings, and friends to cancer. I am lucky that I haven’t experienced that intimate of a… Read More Texas 4000 Spotlight: Willa Altman-Kaough
Name: Quynh Pham Hometown: Spring, TX Major: Human Development and Family Sciences/Pre-Med Weenie Class: Spring 2012 Why are you riding for cancer? During these college years, I have really been in the pursuit of a meaningful life. I believe that Texas 4000 is a great start to this pursuit. It gives me the opportunity to… Read More Texas 4000 Spotlight: Quynh Pham
Name: Olivia Arena Hometown: Houston, TX Major: Plan II Honors Weenie Class: Fall 2013
Name: Anjali Sethi Hometown: Allen, TX Major: Honors Human Development and Family Science/Pre-Med Weenie Class: Spring 2012 Why are you riding for cancer? Too many times in my life, I’ve witnessed a medical condition completely out of one’s control take control over their lives and ultimately take them away. Enough is enough. I ride to… Read More Texas 4000 Spotlight: Anjali Sethi
Name: Abz Zeitler Hometown: Indiana, IL Major: Public Relations Weenie Class: Fal 2013 Why are you riding for cancer? I hold the cause dear to my heart. Family members, friends, and various people that have impacted my life have been affected by cancer, and I want to fight back. This journey will not be easy.… Read More Texas 4000 Spotlight: Abz Zeitler
The highly anticipated cool weather brought along some very exciting news for five Texas Spirits. Abz Zeitler, Anjali Sethi, Olivia Area, Quynh Pham, and Willa Altman-Kaough have been selected to ride from Austin, Texas, to Anchorage, Alaska, during summer 2015 with Texas 4000, in efforts to raise money to help wage the war against cancer.… Read More Texas Spirits Love Texas 4000
There is one day out of the year that every student looks forward to – the last day school so that summer vacation can start. Growing up summer is code for fun, playing outside, going to camp, visiting Grandma’s and doing whatever you feel like. In college, summer is code for something a little different.… Read More Over the Mountains and Through the Hills….