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Woodsworth grad embarks on a career in fiction & comics

November 10, 2022

"That’s what I’m the most proud of: that I stuck it out. I’m the first in my family to go to university, and I proved to myself that I could do it. In the end, I absolutely was cut out for university."

Woodsworth graduate Bethany Mally
Woodsworth graduate Bethany Mally. Photo by Rob Oakman.

Woodsworth College honoured its Fall 2022 graduands at a convocation ceremony that took place at Convocation Hall on November 7, 2022

One of the Woodsworth graduates being celebrated was Bethany Mally who began her U of T journey in the Academic Bridging Program and is now embarking on a career in fiction and comics.

Bethany graduated with a major in Anthropology (Society, Culture and Language) and a double minor in English and Indigenous Studies. She is now pursuing a Master of Fine Arts in creative writing at the University of British Columbia. 

Read about Bethany's journey - which led her from a career in art design to post-secondary and then into the world of fiction and comics - in U of T News