Kepa Barrett ’17 (Abroad Spring 2016)
Therese Boter ’19
Major: Economics and Organizational Studies
Hobbies: Asian Pacific American Coalition (APAC), Center for Asian Pacific American Students (CAPAS), Finance & Accounting Club, Student Senate, Social Enterprise Initiative (SEI)
Favorite Pitzer class: Microeconomics
Fun Fact: My last name translates to “butter” in Dutch!
Phil Brayley ’19
Major: Media Studies or Sociology
Hobbies: Garden Club, IndigeNation, Huerta del Valle, Community Engagement Center
Favorite Pitzer class: Social Change Partnerships with Tessa Hicks Peterson
Fun Fact: I’m from New York but not from the City! I’m from the Tuscarora Indian Reservation in Western New York right next to Niagara Falls.
Adriana Ceron ’18
Hobbies: Encuentros, Latin@ Student Union, Spanish conversation leader and tutor
Favorite Pitzer class: Rural and Urban Social Movement
Fun Fact: I am a ranch dressing enthusiast! And I also love cats!!
Natalie Honan ’17
Major: Human Biology
Hobbies: Mindful Art at Prototypes Women’s Center, Claremont Club Soccer, PZ Advocates for Survivors of Sexual Assault, Staff Writer at the Peel, Orientation Adventure Leader, Tennis in the Community, The Shakedown Cafe
Favorite Pitzer class: Munroe Center for Social Inquiry: Virus
Fun Fact: This fall, I hiked the full circuit in Torres del Paine National Park in Patagonia, Chile!
Patrick King ’17
Major: Media Studies & Political Studies
Hobbies: KSPC radio show, Resident Assistant
Favorite Pitzer class: Art and Politics of the African Diaspora
Fun Fact: I am double jointed in my shoulders.
Bashel Lewis ’19
Major: Organizational Studies
Hobbies: Black Student Union, ReVerb Dance Group
Favorite Pitzer class: Black Feminist Community Learning and Poetry
Fun Fact: First Lady Michelle Obama posted a picture of me on her Instagram page!
Kristen Park ’17
Major: Asian American Studies & Psychology
Hobbies: Pomona-Pitzer Christian Fellowship, Liberty in North Korea, Triathlon Club
Favorite Pitzer class: Asian American History
Fun Fact: In the span of four months I drove across the country four times interning with a non-profit.