Favorite Covenant College event:
'80s skate night – I’m horrible at skating, but I sometimes think I was born in the wrong decade, especially after I tease my hair to by sky-high.
Most influential class at Covenant:
General Psychology. This class contained some of the most interesting material I had ever learned. Dr. Rulon is brilliant and manages to make the most complex facets of humanity accessible to his students. Knowing the intricacies of the brain gave me a better understanding of not only myself, but also of my Creator.
Most influential experience at Covenant:
Living on Highlands in Founders residence hall with women who loved the Lord, goofed off together daily, and encouraged me often. I had never fully appreciated the blessing of living amongst believers until then.
Co-curricular activities during college:
Vice-President of Freshman/Sophomore classes, member of the International Honors Society for Psychology, Resident Assistant of Highlands for two years and performed in Covenant’s production of Bye Bye Birdie. I also loved baking cookies and hanging out with girls on my hall.
Why you chose Covenant:
I came to visit campus and was floored by how people interacted with me out of the love of Christ. Within hours of arriving on campus, I decided that this was where I needed to be.