: Shenyang, China
: College of Social Studies and Economics
I started working at the Red and Black Calling Society during my first semester of freshman year, and I became a manager this year. I really enjoyed working at Red and Black because of the camaraderie among the callers. At Red and Black I made friends with people that I would not have otherwise met. I also loved talking to alumni and listening to them reminiscing about their experience at Wesleyan and how the university has evolved over the years.
At Wesleyan I am involved in the Freeman Asian Scholars Association and the International Relations Association. I am also a TA for French 101 this year. In the past I have been involved in the Environmental Organizers’ Network, the Green Fund, the Model UN, and the equestrian team, to name a few. Although I didn’t have the opportunity to visit Wesleyan during my college application process, I could not be happier with my decision to come here. People are full of surprises at Wesleyan. Everybody I know is talented in one thing or the other. Wesleyan also has a non-competitive culture, which is very different from my education experience back home. I am grateful to the university and the Freeman family for giving me the opportunity to receive four years of elite education and to meet so many wonderful people. I can proudly say that after graduating from Wesleyan, I will give back to the university to support students in need.