FAQs: Who am I?
- I am a lover of learning
- Senior student at Springfield College — graduating in May 2013, Magna Cum Laude, English & Secondary Education majors, and Social Justice minor
- Many co-curriculars:
- Editor in Chief of the Alden Street Review, the college’s annual literary publication
- Copy Editor for the Springfield Student, the college’s newspaper
- Academic Success Center Tutor
- Sigma Tau Delta (English Honor Society)
- Kappa Delta Pi (Education Honor Society)
- Career Center Student Advisory Board
- Print Shop Student Aid
Notable things about me:
- Studied four months abroad at the University of Limerick in Limerick, Ireland in Fall of 2011!
- Travel log:
- Many, many counties in Ireland and Northern Ireland
- London & Luton, England
- Barcelona, Spain
- Rome, Italy
- Paris, France
- Prague, Czech Republic
- Had the time of my life snapping pictures, swapping stories, meeting all sorts of new friends, eating and drinking and soaking up new cultures.
- Travel log:
- I adore my friends, family, college, and cat.
- I support the Oxford comma.
- I am an organizational freak and live by my planner and ever on-going lists.
- By nature, I am an insanely curious person.
- If you wish to bribe me, I suggest chocolate.
- Story-telling is a hobby of mine, along with studying the English language, skiing, traveling, photography, drinking tea, and being crafty.
Future aspirations: I love writing, reading, working with children, and building relationships. I put every ounce of my abilities and energy into being involved and successful in my undergraduate departments and responsibilities here at Springfield College. As of now, I plan to teach in a middle school or high school upon graduation in May 2013. However, I also have big dreams to meld my passions for education, English, social justice, traveling, and diversity appreciation and unite them into something to change the world :)
Recent reads: Gone Girl; The House at Riverton; Tana French; The Perks of Being a Wallflower; The Night Circus; Toni Morrison; W.B. Yeats; The Hunger Games; Sara Teasdale; Oscar Wilde; and more.
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