This profile of an SF State grad student was a change of pace: It was more about the subject's very personal journey, rather than being anchored in a field of study. It was a lesson in listening carefully to the story someone tells you about themselves, rather than trying to hang your own narrative on them.
When the deadline arrived for Christoph Zepeda to apply to transfer from Santa Barbara City College to UC Santa Barbara (UCSB), he needed a grade-point average of 2.75. He had a 2.79. “I just barely got in there,” recalls Zepeda. Read more.