Hometown: Potomac, Maryland
Major(s): International Studies, History
Involvement: Hunger Task Force- Student Leader, Asian Student Association- Secretary, U. Grant Miller Library- Student Employee, Black Student Union, Indian Student Association.
Experiences: Magellan Project: Shanghai, China; studied how China stays embedded in its cultural roots amidst technological and economic advancements.
Favorite place on campus: Wherever my friends are!
Favorite Food on campus: Seafood soup at The Commons! The stuff is the business, man!
Advice to prospective students: Keep it smart and keep it classy. If you remember those two things, you’ll never regret anything you do!
Why I chose W&J: I wanted to go to a school where I felt I could commit for four years. I wanted to go to a school where I could talk to my professors not only about classes, but about their plans for the summer and their favorite superheroes. I wanted to have a lot of options when it came to study abroad, and I wanted to be surrounded by ambitions and friendly people that I knew I could connect with. I found all of that in W&J.