Humans of Booth

  Anna Hofrichter ‘16 “My most salient childhood interview is getting lost in the wilderness of a Canadian National Park on an evening-hike-gone-wrong with my parents when I was 5 or 6. I had nightmares of being lost in the woods for years after. When I finally told my dad about these dreams, maybe 3 years ago, he found the whole thing hilarious.” 

 

Anna Hofrichter ‘16

My most salient childhood interview is getting lost in the wilderness of a Canadian National Park on an evening-hike-gone-wrong with my parents when I was 5 or 6. I had nightmares of being lost in the woods for years after. When I finally told my dad about these dreams, maybe 3 years ago, he found the whole thing hilarious.” 

  Vanessa Douyon ‘15 “My grandma is not doing super well. What I struggle with is that she lives in Haiti. So financially as a student, it is not really convenient to fly internationally on a weekend to see her.  So I struggle with the balance of figuring out what makes sense money-wise and at the same time, figuring out when do I have time for the trip and if it would be too late if I wait for spring break. So I am trying to figure out how to go see my grandmother at a time where I have enough time and when I have enough money, which is never!"

 

Vanessa Douyon ‘15

“My grandma is not doing super well. What I struggle with is that she lives in Haiti. So financially as a student, it is not really convenient to fly internationally on a weekend to see her.  So I struggle with the balance of figuring out what makes sense money-wise and at the same time, figuring out when do I have time for the trip and if it would be too late if I wait for spring break. So I am trying to figure out how to go see my grandmother at a time where I have enough time and when I have enough money, which is never!"

  Mark Bourdenko‘15 “My recent struggle is figuring out how to not disappoint everyone when I overcommit to everyone. Right now, I am figuring out how to not disappoint my fiancé, my study group partners, board members of the board I am on,  and all the other co-chairs of the group. It frequently turns out to be really hard to do that. But hopefully that’s all going to be a lot easier in next quarter.”

 

Mark Bourdenko‘15

“My recent struggle is figuring out how to not disappoint everyone when I overcommit to everyone. Right now, I am figuring out how to not disappoint my fiancé, my study group partners, board members of the board I am on,  and all the other co-chairs of the group. It frequently turns out to be really hard to do that. But hopefully that’s all going to be a lot easier in next quarter.”