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Keila Joy Fisher ’21

正规365体育投注Keila is a rising senior from Monrovia, California double majoring in Psychology and Theater. During the school year, she is the Student Registrar for Scripps, where she fostered a love for administrative work. An active member of the 5c theater club, The Green Room, Keila spends an absurd amount of time acting in or directing various productions at the Pomona College Theater Department. On campus, she is often found eating a hand tossed salad from Malott Dining Commons at a Vita Nova table with her friends. Her favorite class was You vs the Garlic Bread She Told You Not to Worry About, a writing improvement class taught by Professor Adam Novy during her first semester at Scripps. In her opinion, there is no better way to improve your writing skills than by writing a 12 page paper about memes. Although her abroad experience during the Spring 2020 semester was cut short, she greatly enjoyed her time in Florence, Italy, further cultivating her love for art and theater, psychology, and the Italian language. Non esitate a contattarla!

Ask me about: Psychology Department, Theater at the 5Cs, making non-Scripps friends, study abroad, registrar/registration questions, dual vs double major, Language Corridors (Italian Hall)

Siena Hinshelwood ’22

Siena Hinshelwood is a sophomore History major from Half Moon Bay, California. Siena has been a fellow for the Scripps Humanities Institute and is the co-captain of the 5C Women’s Club Volleyball team. She is also a member of Spotlight Musical Theatre, a student-run musical theatre club on campus. This past summer, she conducted research for a history professor on economic history and free ports. In her free time, Siena enjoys getting Motley drinks, reading on Jaqua Lawn, and saying hello to the fish in the Seal Court fountain.

Ask me about: History Major, Club sports, and Work spaces at Scripps

Nathalie Marx ’21

正规365体育投注Nathalie Marx is a junior from Eugene, Oregon. She is a Sociology and Legal Studies dual major. Nathalie is part of the 5C Refugee Action Network, where she travels to a local mosque and does English tutoring and homework help. She was a participant, and now crew member, for the reality TV-inspired, “Survivor Club.” In addition to taking Inside-Out classes (held at Norco Prison), she has worked with the Justice Education Initiative at Pitzer College. Nathalie studied abroad in Chile, Nepal, and Jordan with the “SIT—IHP: Human Rights” program last fall and absolutely loved it! Last summer she interned with the Criminal Justice Reform Clinic at Lewis and Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon, helping with inmate interviews, mail correspondence, and upcoming legal reform projects. In her free time, you can find Nathalie heading into Los Angeles to go to museums and the beach, having Monday-night Bachelor watch parties, and reading in the sun on Jaqua Quad!

Ask me about: Majoring off-campus, Prison education opportunities, Study abroad experience, Off-campus volunteer opportunities, and Weekend adventures in the LA area

Aby Rivera ’21

正规365体育投注Aby Rivera is a junior from Chicago, Illinois studying Chicanx/Latinx Studies and Latin American and Caribbean Studies on the Pre-Law track. Outside of working for the Office of Admission, Aby is also a coordinator at Scripps’ health and wellness center, The Tiernan Field House, she is also part of Residential Life and works as a Community Coordinator. Aby has also worked as a SCORE program intern, developing and implementing programs that promote social and political awareness with an emphasis on intersectionality. Aby is an active member of Café Con Leche, an organization for Scripps students that creates dialogue around the social, political, and economic issues that affect Latinx Students. This semester she was a research assistant for CENTRO Lab at Pomona College where she participated in conducting research to improve the disparities of Latinx and other under-served communities in the United States that result from mental health issues. For the past two summer’s she worked for Scripps College Academy, a college access program that seeks to bring resources to first-gen/low-income high school students to promote higher education. In her free time, Aby likes to cook, take HIIT and yoga classes with friends, drink coffee/tea in seal court, embroider, and dance!

Ask me about:正规365体育投注 Chicanx/Latinx Studies and Latin American and Caribbean Studies, First-Gen at Scripps, Café con Leche, Residential Life, SCORE, Tiernan Field House, the Motley, Chiapas Support Committee, Going to college away from home, Research