An Interview On
Bryn Mawr College

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Interview Date:February 2020

Gender Identity: Female
Race/Ethnicity: East-Asian
Sexual Orientation: Heterosexual
Graduation Year: 2020
High School Experience: Private international high school in China. The majority of my school went to the UK for college and about 20% went to the United States.
First-Generation College Student: Yes
Major: Art History
Minors: Museum Studies & Psychology double minor
Extracurricular Activities: I am on a [varsity sports team], I’m part of the Chinese Students Club, Bryn Mawr Buddies, Bryn Mawr Exhibition Series, the Student Government Association (SGA), and participate in the SGA’s Seven Sisters Committee, social club, and the election board. I’m also the campus outreach council member at the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia which is for student ambassadors.

Did any of your extracurricular activities have a particularly big impact on your experience? 
The greatest impact was from my varsity [sports team], and from the Bryn Mawr Exhibition Series and Bryn Mawr Buddies. I was part of the varsity sports team in China in high school so I joined here. The first and second year wasn’t too good because they didn’t have a regular training system or a regularly recruited coach. It really introduced me to a freestyle training that shifted my interest in the sport. I attended the weekly training but cultivate my other sports interests outside. I didn’t totally delegate my time to the sport like I didn’t in high school. It [encouraged] me to learn table tennis as well.

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