Hello! I’m Stephanie, and I’m a senior studying Archaeology, Human Evolutionary Biology, and Medical Anthropology & Global Health here at the University of Washington. My daily commute is about six hours long. The best part is the ferry, and occasionally being slowed down by a pod of Orcas. I began the running start program my senior year of high school, and obtained my Associate’s degree at Tacoma Community College in 2013. Afterward, I took some prerequisites at Olympic College for a year and volunteered in the cadaver lab for two quarters. I then transferred to the university in Fall of 2014. I first became interested in archaeology after reading a National Geographic article on Otzi, The Iceman. I don’t have a specific focus in archaeology just yet, but I have a few different interests.