Tour Guide at Brandeis University
Class of 2022
Hometown: Waltham, MA
I started coming to Hebrew school at Brandeis when I was 7, so I've really been around the Brandeis community my whole life. I grew up in Waltham, so coming to Brandeis was a bit daunting at first since it was so close to home, but once I started doing serious research about colleges Brandeis checked off every box I had on my list. At Brandeis I found strong, diverse academics, an eclectic and genuinely passionate student body, a love for service and social justice, and the most supportive, loving family of friends I could've ever asked for.
American Music: Psalms to Hip-Hop with Professor Musegades. I stumbled upon this class my first semester because I wanted a creative arts class to buffer all of my pre-med and biology major required classes. This class, based in the music building and centered around listening to and analyzing music and its history, exceeded my expectations! I look forward to taking more of Professor Musegades's classes in the future!
Singing with my acapella group Starving Artists! We sing songs from all genres, and over half of us work on arrangements. Additionally, everyone gets a solo song so everyone is showcased! My group members have become my family at school, and I look forward to rehearsals the most in my typical day!
The Waltham Common! Such a great place to go and hang out or do homework when it's nice out, plus there are tons of coffee shops nearby since it is right in the middle of Main St. and Moody St., two of the most popular locations for shopping and restaurants and coffee!