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Jenny Tran

Jenny Tran, Editor of Photography

The sound of street performers, the aroma of diverse food stalls, and the beautiful lights on buildings surrounded Jenny Tran (‘24) this summer as she immersed herself in the vibrant, busy city of New York. She traveled to the city for a law and journalism summer camp, and as she explored the city, she connected with the vision of change that permeated it. In her hometown in Vietnam, she saw the inequality and domestic abuse that women faced and supported them in their fight for freedom by “giving them the rod rather than the fish.” Through her proactive yet wise decisions, she helped many women gain the resources they needed to be financially independent. This summer, Jenny also returned to Hanoi, Vietnam, where she enjoyed Plum Coffee and took photos in cottage-style cafes that hid stories within their quaint walls. Like these cultured cafés, Jenny loves to tell stories of the everyday through both photography and writing. She shares her love for these two passions in her favorite class: Advanced Studies Short Stories, and as the Editor of Photography for the Webb Canyon Chronicle. Despite her accomplishments and hardworking personality, Jenny also enjoys her free time. On weekends, you can find her listening to music, watching movies about law, and hanging out with friends. This year, Jenny hopes to bring both the vision for change in New York and the pristine beauty and reflection of Hanoi cottage cafés not only to the WCC, but to her community as a whole.  

Favorite Song: “Ride” by HYBS 

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