Over my years at Suffolk, I have learned that it is never too late to try something new or to follow your passion.
At the end of my freshman year, I decided to change my major to interior design. That decision was terrifying but it has been the best one I have made at Suffolk. Being able to explore the arts and architecture in downtown Boston while studying them in the classroom gives you constant exposure to new and exciting ideas.
During my sophomore year, I became a resident assistant in the 150 Tremont Residence Hall. This has allowed me to become a mature and confident leader and to connect with different students across campus.
In my junior year, I joined the University's improv comedy team Seriously Bent. That has given me the opportunity to perform every week and make friendships that will last my entire life.
I am excited about what’s to come in the future!