Biane Arias

Guest Blogger

Student, University of California-Riverside

Riverside, California

Biane Arias is a first-generation student at the University of California-Riverside. Biane is extremely proud to be from Pico Rivera, California. She majors in political science with an emphasis in public service. Biane credits the amazing teachers and staff of the El Rancho Unified School District for helping her succeed and realize her passion for politics. Biane is an aspiring public servant and attorney. At UCR, Biane works at Undergraduate Admissions, and she previously worked at EAOP and the Moreno Valley Unified School District. Currently, Biane is a part of IGNITE’s Southern California College Council.

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Posted June 4, 2018

If You’re a Student Struggling With Impostor Syndrome, Try This

When I first entered the University of California-Riverside (UCR), I was filled with excitement and eagerness. I was ready to…

By Biane Arias

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