Hey! My name is Clifton Granby and I'm from Jacksonville, a little military town on the eastern coast of North Carolina. Some call it the 'ville. It's a place where mild and breezy, sunny days - and all the fun that accompanies - are the remarkable norm. Before coming to Princeton in 2009, I concentrated in politics at Wake Forest University and philosophy at Memphis. Here I study in the Religion Department and focus primarily on African-American Religious and Political Thought. Whether its basketball or cooking, an engaging conversation or a moving lyric, I try to appreciate the good times and do my part to help create them. There's nothing wrong with being serious, but there's something wrong about never laughing. I think sunny days are my best days: I tend to laugh more.