If you are a residential student, where have you lived at W&J and with whom?
I lived in Alex Hall my freshman year with my brother. Sophomore year, we lived in Marshall Hall, before I took a Residential Assistant position in Upperclass Hall that spring. I lived in Bica-Ross Hall for my last two years with some great guys.
What did you plan to study when you came to W&J and what did you end up studying?
I planned on doing pre-health, but I had no specific major in mind. I went with biochemistry, which was not unexpected. What surprised me was that I double-majored. I picked up a Spanish major, and even added a Latin American Studies minor.
What are you going to miss the most about W&J?
I’m going to miss the people the most. This school is special because of the people you meet while you’re here. I’m gonna miss the faculty, and, most importantly, the lifetime friends that I have made here.
What advice would you give to incoming or prospective students?
It goes fast. Make the most of it and cherish every moment.