Hello! My name is Ella and I am a History of Science major with a certificate in African Studies. In my free(ish) time, I sing with the Princeton Roaring 20 a cappella group, climb on the Princeton Rock Climbing Team, work at the on-campus climbing wall and at the Firestone Information Desk, and help out with the Reform community at the Center for Jewish Life (CJL). I'm super excited to work with this year's cohort of Bee Zees and my fellow PAAs!
What’s a favorite memory from your first year at Princeton?
I will never forget dressing up with my friends as the Pre-read for Halloween!
What’s a Princeton class that has shaped the way you think and why?
Native American and Indigenous Studies: An Introduction (ANT246) completely reframed the way that I study history. This course helped me diversify the lenses through which I study history and helps me pursue my goal of ensuring that all cultures are represented equally and accurately in the human story.