Soooo this is my first time posting and I am one of the few unfamiliar faces on this blog so I thought I might start off by introducing myself!
My name is Alison and I am one of the new interns working in Admissions over Field Work Term. I am a 5th term junior from Seoul, Korea who is interested in the way music and language are used as a tool of cultural expression. I’m also a bit of a classical music nerd - in fact, the Brahms Piano Trio #2 in C was my jam this morning on the way to work. Anyways, you’ll be seeing me posting away on the blog, getting especially chatty when someone asks about music, anthropology or español, but I’m really really excited to be here and be a part of such awesomeness! :-)
Sorry it took us so long to answer. These oars are really heavy!!!
P.S. from Ellie, who is totally editing Jan’s post without authorization - Some of us are pictured on the Ask a Student page.
I don’t know about your chances (we don’t keep statistics on that) but a decision letter will be sent by April 1st.
All 5 of us student interns in the office (where, to be clear, we have nothing to do with whether anyone is accepted) want to wish you luck:
- Ellie (with help from Jan, Ezra, Evan, and Ben)