BY YAZMINE MIHOJEVICH
"When her mother gave her an ultimatum between soccer and theater in elementary school, Catherine Yount had no doubts as to which path she would choose. But years later, as a first year, making the choice between theater and another passion was not as easy.
Active in theater most of her life but also invested in science, Yount entered UCLA confident she did not have to choose between the two. Now, four years later, Yount said she will not only graduate with a degree in human biology and society, but she will also leave UCLA with a range of experiences that derive from teaching others through ArtsBridge, a program that utilizes the arts to teach subjects like math, history, language arts and the sciences to local schools."
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Fourth-year Cathy Yount combined her interests in theater and science by majoring in human biology and society while working with HOOLIGAN Theatre Company. Drawing from her teaching experience at ArtBridge, a program that uses arts to teach a variety of subjects in local schools, she will go on to intern with the arts education outreach department at Musical Theatre West. (Alyssa Dorn/Daily Bruin)
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