Classes

Fall 2021: Gender, Politics, & Nature in Folk/Fairy Tales of the World, Indigenous Peoples, Climate Change, & Power, Chemistry and Biology of Food & Drink

Winter 2022: Introduction to Statistics & Research Design, Introduction to Journalism: Telling the Story, Introduction to Economics & the Economy

Spring 2022: Climate & Weather, Bees & Society, Intermediate Projects in Photography

Fall 2022: Spanish I, Transforming Food Systems, Documentary Video Studio

Winter 2023: Introduction to Drawing: Space & Form, Designing Your Life, Introduction to Ceramics: Hand-Built-Pots

Spring 2023: Yucatán Program Residency 

Fall 2023: Spanish Conversation I, Ecologies of Cities, Beginning Contemporary Dance Technique, TA for Gender, Politics, & Nature in Folk/Fairy Tales of the World

Winter 2024: Studio Printmaking, Personal Finance & Impact Investing, Research & Journalism on Women’s Healthcare Professionals

Work Study: Peggy Rockefeller Farms since Winter 2021 and COA tour guide since Fall 2022

Favorite class:

I can’t choose only one, so here are my top 3: Gender, Politics, & Nature in Folk/Fairy Tales of the World, Introduction to Economics & the Economy, & Designing Your Life

Internship:

Summer 2022: Internship as a Certified Nurses Assistant (CNA) in Juneau, Alaska

Summer 2023: Internship at Bartlett Regional Hospital in Juneau, Alaska 

Activities, traditions, celebrations:

I haven’t been here too long but from what I have experienced, the activities offered have been a great break from studying. To start, my OOP’s trip, backpacking the Appalachian Trail (shoutout AT3! I love y’all!) was one of the best experiences and the most amazing way to start off my college experience here at COA. Being away from technology and having the rely off of a group of people you just met, puts you in a really unique situation in which you become closer than ever with this group of people. You learn so much about yourself, others, and get to experience a once-in-a-lifetime trip! And when the trip is over, it’s not goodbye with your group, because you are just about to start the academic year with them alongside you.

Passions & motivations:

Social Justice!

Adventures yet to come:

Giving back to my hometown, Tikkun Olam, trying to create a long-lasting change in Alaska to combat the effects of the climate crisis. & attend Nursing School 

Best meal on campus:

Butternut squash lasagna– yummy! 

Ephemera:

Just witnessed a full double rainbow at the pier and that was so amazing! (check out the attached image)