Western Michigan University student George Seahorn has a thinker’s interest in nature.
A senior in philosophy, he says he’s fascinated by “harmony after disasters, the peace after a rainstorm or the calm after a blizzard.”
Seahorn also has a passion for African-American studies. “It gives me some kind of hope on my origins,” he told WMUK. “Eventually I’m going to figure it out.”
As Seahorn was picking out classes for the fall, he saw one that promised to unite these interests.