Lucera Cox ‘20 chose Evergreen intent on a humanities-focused education. By her admission, she’d never had much success in math or science, so when it came to college, she assumed STEM fields just weren’t for her. After coming home from a Rotary Youth Exchange program in Ecuador in 2015, she saw Evergreen as a place she could combine her interests in cultural studies, business, and social justice and apply them to the world.
Cox hadn’t received any scholarship money her first year. She wanted to