In academics and outside of the classroom, I am a true student of the liberal arts at Occidental College. My academic interests span from Multivariable Calculus to Ancient Greek. I am focused on integrating my studies of mathematics and of literature into a broader study of language—our languages composed of symbols and syllables that blend into meaning as we wrap our minds around them.
I love being a part of the various communities that college brings together: all in the same day, I am helping others solve a matrix or a pattern in a participle, finding hilarity in a noun declension or in a triple integral, unearthing transcendent meaning in a Spanish sonnet or in Achilles’ speech to Thetis in the Iliad.
Overall, from the leadership opportunities outside of the classroom—on the dance floor and the executive board structure of my sorority—to the structures of language and movement I study in the classroom, college has given me the perfect stage to quench this insatiable desire for learning, for activity, for the balanced contrapposto of college life.