My time at Princeton began as a member of the class of 2012, and after my freshman year I took a two year leave of absence to attend a program in California. I returned in the fall of 2011, using a year of advanced standing to join the anthropology department and the class of 2013. My choice of a major was as much a result of logistics as it was interest, for my freshman year I was torn between anthropology, ecology & evolutionary biology, chemistry, philosophy, psychology, and French & Italian. Most broadly, my interests lay in questions of consciousness and suffering which has led to a course history spanning classes on the graphic novel, chemistry, neuroscience, linguistics, global health, German philosophy, Chinese religions, and anthropological theory.
I volunteer with West Windsor's Twin “W” EMS squad as an EMT, and on campus I play club lacrosse and work with McGraw as a student consultant. During the past two summers, I've traveled to east and west Africa, the latter with IIP funding to work with the healthcare non-profit Wellbody Alliance.
Feel free to get in touch, especially if you have questions about a leave of absence or advanced standing.