Study abroad experience: During the Spring of my junior year, I made the difficult decision to leave the American food and English language safety of the Orange Bubble for a semester-long study abroad program in Seville, Spain. Between the siestas, fiestas and oddly-timed meals, I managed to travel to six other European countries and complete my second semester junior paper: a moral account of Catalonian secession. I could not recommend studying abroad more highly, so please, come talk to me about it!
List of favorite courses: POL 316 (Civil Liberties) with Robert George, POL 388 (Causes of War) with Gary Bass, ECO 324 (Law and Economics) with Thomas Leonard, and HIS 379 (History of American Capitalism) with Jon Levy
Hey there! I hail from California’s East Bay, although my family moved me to Bethesda, MD—right outside Washington, D.C.—about a year ago. I love both coasts of this great country, and I don’t mind that big expanse in the middle either. I technically study American Politics, although up to this point I have taken the fewest courses in my concentration, which I guess is a testament to the flexibility that Princeton’s liberal arts curriculum offers. I am involved in multiple political organizations on campus, and I tutor in both writing and Spanish during that fun little portion of the day people like to call “free time.” I am very excited to meet you all, both on OA and during the year, so please, contact me if you have any questions, comments, concerns or interesting thoughts that pop into your head!
Best way to reach me: My phone is my life: 925-918-2887. It also does e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.