Kit Apostolacus: Copy Editor Most formative class at EU: Dr. Richards’ Epistemology & Metaphysics, of course. I took it fall of my sophomore year and I think I just never had the opportunity to challenge my standard ways of thinking like E&M does. Fundamentally, it’s about what knowledge is and who we are as well. When you come to a certain understanding of knowledge, you realize truth is not merely about “correct propositions.” And it is through this realization that I’ve also been able to find myself. Waltonian experience: Copy editing is so relaxing. I’ve learned a lot about journalism throughout my time with the Waltonian, but even more, I’ve learned about the people around me–especially Lauren and Abbie. Future aspirations: This fall, I’ll be starting an MA in Philosophy of Religion & Theology with an emphasis on Continental Philosophy at Claremont Graduate University in southern California. I think I’d make a great college professor, and my mom thinks so too. This means I’ll need a PhD at some point, and I think I’d like to teach philosophy, theology, or biblical studies.