Lois Wu '23

Anthropology
loiswu@princeton.edu

Hi, my name is Lois and I'm a junior majoring in anthropology! I was born and raised in New York City and love museums, live music, and books. On campus, I'm involved with the Art Museum's Student Advisory Board and the Princeton HighSteppers (Princeton's step team!) and work as a COS grader. If you ever have any questions or just want to chat, please feel free to reach out!

Certificates
Urban Studies and Environmental Studies

What’s a favorite memory from your first year at Princeton?
Staying on campus during Intersession for OA leader training!

What’s a Princeton class that has shaped the way you think and why?
VIS 213, Digital Photography with Professor Jeff Whetstone, has changed the way I think about art and interdisciplinary learning. I took the class my sophomore spring and had taken one other photography class previously, but VIS 213 showed me how photography and art more generally can be combined with everything from biology to rock climbing to urban studies to communicate all sorts of messages about the human condition. It was a great class and Professor Whetstone is an amazing professor -- I highly recommend it!