WESTWOOD — Second year Business Economics and Psychology double major Kayeighleighy White was celebrated with a round of applause for saying “gracias” to a Rende West worker. “Every day, you have the chance to make the world a better place. You see a chicken burrito order; I see the potential for world peace and solidarity,” said Kayeighleighy during the icebreakers for her Spanish 1 class. “My activism extends to all other aspects of my life, of course. Whenever I go to Rende East, I bow and clap my hands over my face like those anime characters to thank the workers in the traditional Japanese style.” At press time, Kayeighleighy was pronouncing the ‘H’ in Hola.