at Emory University
Class of 2023
Hometown: Atlanta, GA
Major: Comparative Literature
Minor: Global Health, Culture and Society
I would probably be running in between my clubs, organizations, and classes. When I do have a break, I will be at my friend and I's secret hide out (the Carlos Hall couch) sitting by the floor to ceiling window overlooking the Quad. I'll lay there simply people watching, read literature, and listening to an alternative Spotify playlist.
I live for public libraries because the city of Atlanta has renovated and modernized all of them. If you have a chance to visit any of them, they are stunning and pull together the specific community. I would be there until 5pm bothering librarians, reading books, taking in the architecture, and eating.
My favorite Emory Tradition is hands down the Dooley Days! It is always something new and we have had a build-a-bear day, postcards to our families with polaroids, and crepes on Cox Bridge. There is always something new and fun and always FREE!
Biology has been the most challenging because my mind does not learn as a scientist would, but I am willing and eager to work hard for it. Everyday it is further educating me on the fascinating field and connections that go into science, and it is changing the way I think.