If you are a residential student, where have you lived at W&J and with whom?
I have lived on campus for all four years. My freshman year I lived in Copper Hall with someone who was on the same sports team as me. I joined a sorority my sophomore year and decided to move into the house. Sarah Byrne and I decided for live together and have been roommates ever since.
What was the best meal you had at The Commons?
The best meal on campus has been, and always will be, Commsgiving. People line up outside before the dining hall even opens. There is a lot of variety and it is decorated nicely to go with the theme.
What inspired you to stay at W&J when things got tough?
I have made a lot of friends during my time at W&J. They were there for me whenever I needed them and vice versa. So, even when times I got tough, I had a select group of people who made it better.
What did you plan to study when you came to W&J and what did you end up studying?
When I first came to W&J, I had no idea what I wanted to major in, but I did know I wanted to do physical therapy. I took one psychology class and really liked it, so I met with my professor and asked her to be my advisor. She was really helpful and provided resources throughout my college career that led me to success.