When Raevyn Rogers graduates in June, she will be an emerging track superstar with degrees in Art and Spanish. She says that art’s appeal to her isn’t just in the creativity and peace it offers her but that art critics and track fans have a lot in common. Rogers draws strength from learning how to deal with both. She aspires to someday have a piece in New York City’s Museum of Modern Art. And if her record-breaking track and field career is any indication, that’s a goal we see her meeting.
Double-majoring in art and Spanish, track and field champion Raevyn Rogers finds peace in painting.