Majors: English, Communications Minor: Journalism Class Year: Junior Email: firstname.lastname@example.org...
Class Year: 2021
Languages: Russian, Dutch, English
Countries of Origin: Russia, The Netherlands
Countries Visited: Belgium, Cambodia, China, England, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Iceland, India, Italy, Japan, Monaco, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Romania, Russia, Spain, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United States of America, Vietnam
Activities/Clubs: Bioethics Bowl, Econ Press, Ethics Bowl, Fed Challenge, Honors Program, Northeastern University Economics Society, Peace through Play, Peer Tutor Program, Research Assistant, Teaching Assistant, The Huntington News
Favorite Part of Campus: Music rooms of Ryder Hall
Favorite Class: Introduction to Psychology
Favorite Place Abroad: Kyoto, Japan: the unparalleled nature (cherry blossom trees, pale ice blue mountains, and green bamboo poles), delicious food (sushi, ramen, and mochi), and traditional architecture.
“Every morning I wake up an optimist. I can’t help it. The sun has risen and given me one more day – one more chance – to do anything I put my mind to. In return, I cease all of the opportunities I am given. I take myself out of my comfort zone by trying something new. I do so to push myself that much closer to finding and becoming the person I hope to be someday. I challenge you to do the same. Wake up an optimist. Wake up with the mindset that you can pursue anything you want.
I am here to empower you to share your unique perspective and background with the college community. Also, I am here to help you connect to activities, clubs, and staff. I can share with you all I have learned during my time in CSSH (best places to study on campus or interesting courses to take). And when dealing with hardships – whether its being thousands of miles away from their close ones or having to go through some serious culture shock – I can be someone you can talk to. Always feel free to reach out to me!”