I am the most ardent about teaching anything related to words: grammar, vocabulary, paragraph structure. I have been published in multiple volumes of poetry, and something I wrote during freshman year is currently cataloged in the Steinbeck Institute in Salinas, California.

I have a wide range of interests, which include books and ephemera, hiking, cave exploration, minerals and geology, extreme sports, astrophysical sciences (though I am hardly advanced enough in mathematics to fully appreciate all of its intricacies), travel, zoology, and sports. It is not possible to explore every potential career path, so I’m aiming for one which will combine the two things I love most, which, for reference, are words and biology: journalism for National Geographic or a similar publication. I would especially enjoy being a photojournalist and writing on the side, perhaps short stories or poetry.

I have been to London, Paris and Rome and briefly explored the architectural styles found therein. More recently, I went to Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico to go spelunking and to study some of the minerals and interesting geologic formations that exist there.


Education: Princeton University
Undergrad Major: English
Other Degrees/Minors: Certificates in Creative Writing and possibly Photography

High School:

Class Rank: 1
Awards & Honors: Commended National Merit Scholar, Received Daughters of Liberty Prize for US History, Received Excellence in Literature Award, Accepted into Robert W Greene Summer Institute for High School Journalists, Work filed in Steinbeck Institute, Spanish Honors Award, Accepted All-County Orchestras, AP Scholar with Distinction, Certificate of Academic Excellence, Gold AP Award, Superintendent Award of Recognition.
Interests & Activities: Varsity Basketball (Captain), Debate Club (Founder and President), Spanish Honor Society, Tri-M Honor Society, Chamber Orchestra, Editor of the Newspaper, Volunteered at Sweetbriar Nature Center, Volunteered at IRIE Horse Farms, Volunteered at local animal shelter.
SAT Scores: 670 Math, 800 Critical Reading, 700 Writing
ACT Scores: 34 Composite, 35 English, 30 Math, 36 Reading, 34 Science, 34 Writing
AP Exams: 5 Literature, 5 US History, 5 Language and Composition, 5 Psychology, 4 Biology, 4 World History, 3 Calculus
SAT Subject Tests: 770 Literature, 750 US History, 670 Biology (M)


Other Interests & Activities: Quizbowl, Copy-Editor for Innovation Magazine, Letterpress, SAVE animal rescue
Location: Princeton University

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