What or whom was your favorite class or professor? Why?
My favorite professor at W&J was Dr. Mainwaring in the Department of History. His colonial America class was the first history class I took, and this class helped me to decide to be a history major. I enjoyed every class I took with him.
If you are a residential student, where have you lived at W&J and with whom?
I have lived in Mellon Hall, Marshall Hall, and the Kappa Alpha Theta House. In Mellon, I lived with many girls who ended up being my sorority sisters later on. I lived in Marshall over the summer of 2019, working on campus with one of my close friends, Natalie McBride. Now, I live on Chestnut Street with some of my best friends.
What was a favorite class project you completed while at W&J?
My favorite class project came from the public history course I took during the Fall 2021 semester and Spring 2022 semester. This project was amazing because we created a museum exhibit about W&J's history and displayed it in the library.
What are you most proud of doing while at W&J?
I am most proud of serving as the president of the Panhellenic Council during my time at W&J. I came into college wanting to hold this leadership position, so it was a dream come true to do it.