Hometown: Westerville, Ohio
What has been your most memorable class thus far?
I took a first-year seminar called “Brand-New Poetry” that I really enjoyed. We took a field trip to The Grolier (a poetry store in Cambridge) and had dinner together afterward. We also had the opportunity to meet some of the poets we discussed in class!
What is your favorite Wellesley memory thus far?
At the beginning of my first semester, Wellesley provided a bus to Provincetown in Cape Cod for anyone who wished to go. It was a wonderful way to meet new people and "P-Town" was a beautiful place to explore. The group that I was in during that trip is still very close.
What fun events have you attended?
The English Department's winter party; there was lots of delicious food and plenty of good conversation!
What are you passionate about?
Right now, I'm working with some friends at Harvard to create an e-commerce website that will provide low-cost organic "superfoods," as well as information about healthful eating habits to people who may not otherwise have access to such things.
What is your favorite eating spot on campus.
I love getting a pastry at The Emporium on special occasions. It's such a treat!
How have you changed during your time here?
At Wellesley, I have become better at asking questions. That is to say, I am less hesitant to ask them in the first place, and I phrase them in such a way so as to enlarge the scope of the question to receive more information. This may seem basic and insignificant, but it has really enhanced my learning and has allowed me to better understand the material.
What is a fun fact about yourself?
Three of my favorite things are movie trivia, dark chocolate, and TED Talks.