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Why Vanderbilt

I remember on my first tour, I was told that Vanderbilt was one of the happiest universities in the US. At this point in the college decision process, I hadn't heard the same about other universities. This was the main reason I chose to apply and attend Vanderbilt. As the school year went on, I realized that not everyone was happy at one given point. We all are going through our own issues and studies. However, I realized that I was amongst people who were supportive of me and only wanted the best for me. This campus has the most loving and passionate students I know, and that's what makes this campus different from any other. It's not just college - it's a home.

Describe a favorite activity or organization and why you like it.

I love being a Resident Advisor on main campus! There's a lot of programming and event planning, and it's awesome to be a part of a team that tries to foster community in a residence hall.

Describe a favorite class and why you like it.

I absolutely love American Social Movements; it's a nice change from all the STEM courses I have to take for my major and I've learned a great deal on different movements throughout history. The current events unfolding concerning various social issues sparks great discussion every class.

Describe your most memorable Nashville or off-campus experience.

One day, out of the blue, I decided to go to Centennial with some friends and just take a tour around the area. At this point in the semester, I was feeling overwhelmed with work and feeling as though I had hit a wall. Once we toured Centennial and walked around, we went to Broadway and walked along the Cumberland River Pedestrian Bridge. This was such a great break from the hustle and bustle of student life. Now, whenever I feel overwhelmed, I know I need to take a step back and get off campus. Nashville is a great city to do that in!

List some of your favorite books, movies, TV shows, or musical artists.

New Girl

Parks and Recreation

The Office

Jon Bellion

Queen

The Head and the Heart