Noah Levine '19

Senior Fellow

 

Hometown: Newton, MA

Major: Political Science

How did you choose to attend Middlebury: I was a baseball player, and I was looking for a smaller school where I could get a great education and complete athletically. Naturally, I was attracted to the many liberal arts colleges around New England. Upon visiting campus, I felt a great connection with the environment and the students. After my visit, it wasn't much of a decision.

What did you do this summer: This summer, I was a Summer Teaching Fellow at Phillips Andover Academy. I taught 10-12th graders in two classes: Public Speaking/Debate and Writing the College Essay. I'm very excited to pursue other opportunities in high school education after my graduation.

J-term experience: To make this clear, I am very much not an "outdoorsy" person. During my Sophomore j-term, however, I wanted to try something out of my comfort zone, so I signed up for snowboarding lessons at Middlebury's Snow Bowl. I probably fell about 800 times the first few days, but now it's a real passion of mine. I even got my own snowboard!

Fun Fact: After I got my wisdom teeth out, I actually thought that I was Abraham Lincoln addressing Congress after the attack on Fort Sumter. If you need proof, my mom has video evidence.

 

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