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MiddView Interns 2014

Meet the students who are planning MiddView!

Thomas Lu: MiddView Intern

He's planning your on-campus MiddView events!

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Hi, Class of 2018! I am a proud member of the Class of 2016, and I am a Psychology Major with a plan to minor in Education Studies.  After living most of my life in Atlanta, Georgia, then moving to Montezuma, New Mexico for two years, I am now taking refuge in good ol’ Middlebury, Vermont.  Who knows where I will end up next. While at Middlebury, I am involved in Wonnacott Commons activities, Relay for Life, the Yoga Club, WRMC 91.1 FM (Middlebury’s radio station), and the SGA Constitution Committee.  In my spare time, I like to spend time with friends, listen to music, and catch-up on the latest must-watch movies or shows.  I’m looking forward to MiddView 2014!  See you guys in the fall!

 

Sayre Weir: MiddView Intern

She's planning your on-campus MiddView events!

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I’m a member of the Class of 2015 and am an International and Global Studies Major focusing in Political Science, Spanish, and Latin America. I’m originally from Davidson, North Carolina, and after three years here and finally purchasing an appropriate pair of winter boots, I’ve adjusted to the cold. I spent my junior fall studying abroad and eating steak in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and now I’m back at Midd where I’m involved in the Yoga Club, JV Women’s Soccer, and Spanish tutoring. In my spare time you can find me hiking, biking, or making creative culinary concoctions at the Panini station in Proctor. I’m looking forward to MiddView 2014, and seeing lots of new faces on campus. See you in September! 


Sarah Kravitz: Trips Intern

She's planning your off-campus MiddView trips!

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I’m a political science major from Hamden, CT and am part of the Class of 2016.  Here at Middlebury I am involved in the Community Friend Program, a member of the SGA Athletic Committee, a lifeguard, and a member of the Women’s Rugby Team.  In my spare time I enjoy working out with my teammates and going on active adventures with my friends.  I especially like to go skiing and snowboarding in the winter. 

 

Kent Ratliff: Trips Intern

He's planning your off-campus MiddView trips!

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Hi, I'm Kent, and I am a member of the Class of 2016 at Middlebury College. I am a Computer Science major planning to minor in Arabic and am from San Antonio, Texas. I like to keep myself busy and am the Mountain Club Head Guide, co-president of the Fermenter's Guild, and on the leadership board for the Youthful Alliance of Merrymaking and the Orchestra. Beyond that I am part of the fencing club and play viola and guitar as often as I can. When I do have free time, I like to spend it outdoors hiking, biking, rock climbing and canoeing.
 
Sofia Maluf: Trips Intern
 
She's planning your off-campus MiddView trips!
 
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Hi! I'm from Dobbs Ferry, NY and am a part of the Class of 2016. I am a Spanish major and an Education Studies minor, and I plan to go abroad to Valdivia, Chile in the spring of 2015. On campus I am a co-president of the American Sign Language Club, work as a monitor at the Climbing Wall, volunteer teach Spanish as a part of the Monkton World Language Teaching Program, and am learning to swing dance. When all of that doesn't keep me too busy, I like to hang out with my friends, watch movies, and spend time outside doing things such as hiking and rock climbing. 
 
 
Staci Hill: Transfer and Exchange Intern

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Hello MiddKidds! My name is Staci, and I’m a chemistry major from Fort Lauderdale, Florida and a member of the Class of 2015. My college journey actually began at the University of Southern California in LA, but I decided to Break Bad and now I’m here in Vermont where I can be found running on old dirt roads, nerding in Bi Hall, meeting new friends, or eating ice cream. One of my favorite things about Midd is that I can always find someone who is on board for an adventure (and Proctor breakfast...). I’m looking forward to meeting all of you in the fall - and for all of you transfer and exchange students and, of course, freshmen: get excited!