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Virtual Event: Panel for International Students

Please join us for a virtual international student panel, featuring current Hamilton students from across the globe, on Tuesday, April 7. In order to be flexible for students in multiple time zones, we have arranged two different sessions. Register for the option that best fits your schedule, even if it is outside your geographic area. All times noted are U.S. Eastern Daylight Time.

Session 1 - 7:30 a.m.

Panel Participants

Zhaosen Guo '21 is from Beijing China, and is majoring in the Interdisciplinary concentration of Data Science. Zhaosen is a member of the International Students Association, plays in the intramural volleyball league, and was a member of the fencing club. Zhaosen also serves as a Resident Advisor, International Recruitment Intern, Research Tutor and DHi CLASS Fellow. 

Jiin Jeong '21 is from Seongnam, S. Korea and is a computer science and economics major. Outside the classroom, Jiin is involved with Student Assembly, Coding Team, Orchestra, and Christian Fellowship.

Maroun Mezher '23 is from Beirut, Lebanon and is planning to major in Economics and Math. Maroun is vice president of the International Student Association as well as a member of the Microfinance Group and the Newman Council. He is also involved with many musical groups including the Jazz Ensemble and Combo, the Sax Ensemble and the Percussion Ensemble. 

Session 2 - 4:30 p.m.

Panel Participants

Christopher Akuleme '23 is from Kumasi, Ghana and is planning to major in Economics. Outside the classroom, he is a member of The Brothers Organization, the Microfinance Club, and the Emerson Literary Society (ELS) and is treasurer of the International Students Association (ISA). Christopher is also a 2020 Levitt Social Innovation Fellow.

Lóri Fejes ’22 is from Pécs, Hungary and designed his interdisciplinary major in Architecture & Urban Design, and plans to minor in Middle East and Islamic World Studies. Outside the classroom, he leads the Society of Urban Planners and Architects, as well as the Arabic and Middle East Organization. He works as a Community Service Intern, a food service worker, and a campus tour guide, but also saves time for figure skating, which he first tried at Hamilton.

Molly Symmonds '23 is from Toronto, Canada and is a prospective archaeology major. Outside the classroom Molly is a member of the mock trial team, Hogwarts@Hamilton and the Hamilton Lawn Games Society. 

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