What or whom was your favorite class or professor? Why?
One of my favorite classes was Supreme Courts & the Bill of Rights with Dr. Disarro. The class was mostly discussion driven, which made for interesting days—especially when considering the diverse perspectives of other students in the class. Dr. DiSarro was one of my favorite professors and he always led the class in productive and entertaining ways.
What was your favorite on-campus event? Why?
My favorite event on campus was Homecoming my freshman year because when I reflect on it, it reminds me of what the college experience was like before COVID. As a new student, the sense of community on campus was very welcoming. On top of that, tailgating with different people on and off campus, and enjoying the football game, made for a great day.
What are you most proud of doing while at W&J?
I would say that I am most proud of my academic and extracurricular achievements. W&J helped me develop strong time management skills, and I was able to successfully lead three clubs and maintain a high GPA. It is encouraging to look back and see the trail that I am leaving behind me in the clubs I maintained, and the connections made on the way.
What advice would you give to incoming or prospective students?
Take advantage of the opportunities offered to you. After all, you're paying for it! Make sure to buy a good day planner because you're going to need it to be a good student, but make sure you leave time to have fun and make good friends. I love the friends I made here and hope to keep them for life.