If you are a residential student, where have you lived at W&J and with whom?
As an upperclassman, I have lived in the pet-friendly housing in President's Row. My cat travels everywhere with me, and the ability to bring her on this journey was important to me. Her tags on her collar currently identify her as a "Nap Major" attending W&J.
What was your favorite on-campus event? Why?
My favorite event is definitely DubJam. It is always a large reward towards the end of the semester that gives students a real break before that last week before finals.
What advice would you give to incoming or prospective students?
It is so important for new students to take part in the campus. Use the tools afforded to you to be a voice for change and leadership. Our campus is designed to give foundations to strong leaders and strong communicators. Don't let these opportunities pass you by.
In what ways have you changed at W&J? How have you transformed personally?
Growing up over your college experience is so much more than discovering adulthood. It is discovering your views, your own stance, and finding a voice for yourself. I've been able to use my college journey to find my voice as a person and discover what matters most to me.