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Student of the Week 02/15/17
 
Photo courtesy: Sofia Romero Campbel
 

By Brandon Rivera
News@lavozcolorado.com
 
02/14/2017

PROFILE:

Sofia Romero Campbell is a senior at the Denver Center for International Studies and currently holds a 4.6 GPA. She has volunteered her time with the National Western Stock Show, Mile High United Way and her school. Romero Campbell has also lettered in soccer and is an Americans Promoting Study Abroad Travel Scholarship recipient. She is a DU Latino/Pioneer Prep Leadership Institute Scholar all while making the Principal’s Honor Roll 7 semesters consecutively. Romero Campbell is the President of the Latino Student Alliance. Also, she has been accepted to Colorado State University, the University of Colorado/Boulder, the University of Denver and Knox University in Illinois. Romero Campbell is still awaiting acceptance to Smith University in Northampton Massachusetts. 

FAVORITE BOOK

Shanghai Girls - Lisa See

FAVORITE MOVIE

Brooklyn

FAVORITE MUSIC

R&B/Rap/Pop

FUTURE CAREER

Law or International Relations

HERO

“This sounds cliché, but my grandma because she’s always positive, hardworking and optimistic.”

FAVORITE HOBBY

Bullet Journaling

FAVORITE SOCIAL MEDIA TO FOLLOW

Facebook

WORDS TO LIVE BY

“I’ma keep running cause a winner don’t quit on themselves” - Beyoncé

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

Romero Campbell has volunteered with the National Western Stock Show where whe processed animal exhibitor check-ins and assisted 4-H competitions and she has also served as a visitor guide. Additionally, she has volunteered with Mile High United Way where she organized and distributed seasonal resources to low income families. She has also volunteered with her school to help transition incoming students .

WHY IS COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT IMPORTANT?

“Because if you’re not involved you don’t see why it’s important. If you don’t participate in your community you won’t feel connected to your community.”

IF I COULD IMPROVE THE WORLD 

“What I would change is equality between men and women not just pay, but being treated equally through law and respect.“

 

 

 

 

 
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