Fiona Hoffman-Harland ’13 — Portland, OR: Fiona is a Government major with a double minor in Sociology and Environmental Studies. She spent the past semester studying urban development in India, Senegal, and Argentina. Fiona helps lead Challah for Hunger and rows varsity Crew. In her free time Fiona enjoys cooking, running marathons, bicycling, and hanging out with friends!
Mia Falzarano ’13 – New York, NY: Mia is a Psychology major and an Education minor. She loves working with kids and participating in a few different volunteer programs around campus. Mia got a puppy this summer and his name is Memphis; he is cutest dog in the world! She hopes that you'll stop by the OCC and come talk to her...she loves to talk!
Trang Nguyen ’13 - Hanoi, Vietnam: Trang is a Public Policy major and a Philosophy & Math double minor. She likes to throw herself into unusual circumstances by travelling to 12 countries. Good food is the major love of her life. In addition to being a Think Tank Co-director and an RA, Trang also participated in the Levitt Leadership Institution. She loves Suits, The Office, and randomness.
Redwan Saleh ’13 - New York, NY: Redwan is a Government major with a double minor in History and Middle-Eastern studies. He is a senior intern at the admissions office and a long time Sadove-Student Activities employee. Redwan is also part of the Opportunity Programs and the Muslim Student Association. He loves watching and playing sports, especially soccer and football (passionate Giants fan!). After Hamilton, Redwan hopes to go to law school and do something for the public—change the world for the better—at least a little bit.
Justin Brown ’14 - Rochester, NY: Justin is a double major Sociology and Hispanic Studies. He spent five years abroad in the Dominican Republic, and is fluent in English and Spanish. In his free time, Justin enjoys watching, playing, and talking about sports. He will be on leave in the Spring of 2013.
Felipe Garcia '14 - Miami, FL: Felipe is a Biology major who is on the pre-veterinary track and aspires to work at a small animal private clinic. He is bilingual in Spanish and English, Felipe is a Class Representative, a Resident Advisor, a Biology TA, and an OCC tutor. Felipe also has a special talent for rifle-spinning.
Hailey Hayman’14 - Belvedere, CA: Hailey studies Biology and Art, takes drum lessons, and is an AA leader. She also stays busy as a HAVOC site coordinator, HEAG secretary and Mail Center worker. With her artistic talent, she hopes to help beautify your presentations and quell your fears of public speaking!
Jessica Moulite ’14 - Miami, FL: Public speaking has always been a major interest of Jessica’s. In high school, she competed rigorously (and won a couple of titles here and there!) in speech and debate. She was the Class of 2014 McKinney Prize winner for Hamilton’s Public Speaking Contest her freshman year. And everyone knows that Jessica loves to talk. She will be on leave in the Spring of 2013.
Kristy Oren ’14 - Catawissa, PA: Kristy is a double major in Government and Economics. She hails from central Pennsylvania, where there are more cows than people. Kristy debated all through high school and into college and continues to enjoy working on debates at the OCC. In her spare time, Kristy likes to pole vault on the Track team, play poker and watch NASCAR. She will be in Washington, D.C. in the Spring of 2013.
Max Schnidman, ’14 - Freeport, NY: Max is an Economics and Philosophy double major and has a particular interest in policy, law and economics. As ITS Technology Ambassador, QSR Center Senior Tutor and a member of the debate team, he enjoys working on technology in presentations, argumentation, and explaining data. He will be in Washington, D.C. in the Spring of 2013.
M.E. Ficarra '15 - Staten Island, NY: M.E. plans to double major in Comparative Literature and Environmental Studies. She is a member of the Fencing Team and Student Dance Alliance. M.E. is also a big fan of knitting and tuxedo cats.
Sarah Larson ’15 – Des Moines, IA: Sarah participated both in Speech and Debate throughout high school. Sarah is planning to major in History. In addition to being a member of the swim team, Sarah enjoys looking at maps!
Maggie McGuire ’15 - Buffalo, NY: Maggie is planning on majoring in Philosophy. She fills her days with rock climbing, dancing, participating in the pre-law society and leading the Mock Trial team. She aspires to study law after graduating from Hamilton.
Sandy Rao '15 - Holmdel, NJ: On campus, Sandy is a neuroscience major, a peer mentor for freshman, an OCC tutor, and a member of the curling team. When she is not participating in organized activities, Sandy can be found in the glen taking photos or in commons eating Lucky Charms.
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