Sarah Zarrin '13
Certificates: Spanish Language and Culture List of favorite courses/courses to offer advice on: Advanced French (FRE 108), The Hebrew Bible and Ancient Israel (REL 230), Advanced Spanish Language and Style (SPA 307), Introduction to Linguistics (LIN 201)
I’m a junior in the Classics Department from San Jose, California. Over the last two years I have seriously considered majoring in three completely different departments: Chemistry, Comparative Literature, and Classics. I have had semesters of mainly science classes as well as mainly humanities. I’m looking forward to sharing perspective on my diverse background with other Princeton students, especially those who are also interested in both sciences and humanities but are unsure what they want to concentrate in. My current academic interests are languages (dead and alive, especially Spanish, Biblical Hebrew, French, and Classical Greek), linguistics, religions of Late Antiquity, and literature. Get in touch if you’re interested in classes in any of these fields of study, torn between concentrating in sciences and humanities, or are thinking about going into academia.
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Email is the best way to reach me, and I’d be happy to answer any questions via email or over a meal or coffee.