Hometown: Friendswood, Texas
What I want to do with my major: I might go into law, but I am uncertain about this. If law and I are not brought together by fate, I wish to one day be a captain of industry and also figure out what that means (not necessarily in that order).
Campus involvement: TCU Ambassadors, SAICA (students for Asian and Indian cultural awareness), Frog Aides, Chancellor’s Leadership Program
Why I chose TCU: There exists a cornucopia of reasons that explains why I chose TCU, but I will give those which are most important: Neeley School of Business is one of the top business schools in the country, TCU is beautiful, and I look great in purple.
Why I’m glad I joined the JVR: Being in contact with other honors students who share similar goals as I is really helping me grow more as a person and as an academic. Also, the Honors Dorm (Milton Daniel) is phenomenal.
Favorite Honors class: Freedom and Order with Dr. Riddlesperger
Favorite place on TCU’s Campus: I love the stone balcony on the third floor of the BLUU at night time. This is the prettiest place on the prettiest campus on the prettiest planet in the prettiest solar system, so it is pretty much the prettiest place in the universe…pretty.
Favorite JVR memory: First Monday Honors breakfasts. Catered food, totally free. I don’t even know if this even counts as a memory because it’s so good it overwhelms my ability to recall information.
Coolest TCU or JVR experience: I met one of my favorite musicians, Ben Rector, and we had a definite moment (our souls connected on a level not visible in this realm).
Favorite TV show and why: I love Modern Family on ABC because it is the funniest show ever created by (wo)man.
Three unusual things about myself:
1. I can walk on my hands long enough to pass out from all the blood rushing to my head (I know, I am equally impressed).
2. I am obsessed with the magazine Men’s Health. I have read every issue front to back for the past two years, and I dream of one day gracing its cover.
3. I taught myself guitar the summer before I came to TCU, and I now have a budding singer-song writer career. Watch out world, here I strum (guitar pun, some said it couldn’t be done, and to them I say nay.)