I am from Waltham . . . so you can guess that I never get homesick. I came here with a pre-med major . . . it will probably change because of my chemistry class.
I was born in Providence, R.I. and moved to Maryland when I was 2 years old. I am in the environmental club and Hillel.
I am a true Floridian and love to jet ski and sail. I'm on the crew team here at Brandeis and enjoy being outside. I plan on going into Environmental Law. Always remember, "When in doubt . . . twirl!"
EDIE MICHELE MEYERSON:
Born Dec. 4, 1980. Loves midnight strolls along the beach, romantic picnics in the park and men who love their dogs . . . On a more serious note, I wake up every morning at 5:10 a.m. to row crew. I plan to go to medical school and become a pediatric cardiologist. Originally from Baltimore . . . GO ORIOLES!
"If you don't invest very much, then defeat doesn't hurt very much and winning is not very exciting." --Dick Vermeil
JOSHUA FREDERICK ANDERSON PECK:
I'm nice, kind and a good friend. I am a firm believer in dissolution of all rumors pertaining to the nonexistence of UFOs. I discovered the answer to life, the universe and everything in a book when I was ten and have it in hardcopy today. I know that no other word in the English language rhymes with orange; and that sentences should not end with the word in. My favorite word is snoozle, but it isn't in most dictionaries. I know how to solve all the world's problems, but I am holding out until the time is right to actually do it. I know the poodle skirt never really existed, and, like South Dakota, is a government creation intended to deceive the general populace. I want to make a difference in the world, but am yet to figure out the best way.
Hey, I'm Laura and I'm from Long Island. I am proud to be majoring in undecided. I'd love for you to check out my first web page at http://www.unet.brandeis.edu/~lronen.cs2a.html Enjoy!
I am from Seneca Falls, N.Y., the birthplace of women's rights. I like to play lacrosse and basketball. For that matter, I enjoy being outside and engaging in all sorts of physical activities. In the harsh winter, however, I amuse myself by continuing my interest in music. I play guitar and alto saxophone. I am interested in political science and English, as well as mathematics. Hopefully someday I will be a lawyer and write novels. For now I will enjoy my four years of hard work and excitement here at Brandeis University!
I am in the orchestra and I run cross-country and track. I am an ice cream scooper at Lizzy's Ice Cream and a librarian on Sundays.
Most people call me Wole. I run indoor and outdoor track and field for Brandeis and I have no idea what I want to major in.
I'm a freshman here at Brandeis University. I enjoy both reading and writing and am looking forward to majoring in either creative writing or English.
My name is Karen Linsky and I'm from San Francisco, CA. At Brandeis, I'm studying various sciences in the hopes of possibly becoming a pediatrician. I'm also very interested in politics and American government. I chose "Becoming an Educated Person" as my USEM because I couldn't think of a better way to begin my college education than by exploring education as a whole.
I'm from Virginia (right near DC). I like gymnastics, playing sports, shopping, dancing, watching the greatest movie, Reservoir Dogs, and COUNTRY MUSIC!!!!!!!!!! I've done a lot of theater in the past, too. Right now I'm on the premed track, but I also enjoy government and politics.
I was born on November 18, 1980 in Yale, New Haven Hospital. When I'm not at school I live in Fairfield, CT with my parents, my sister Julia, and a black lab--Miles. I'm on the Novice Women's Crew team and so far I really like Brandeis. My favorite color is pale blue.
Born 1980, is an aspiring writer, likes The Doors, beat poets, and John Coltrane. Dislikes: roller-coasters, misdirected hostility, and country music. Has never been in love, but would someday like to be. Doesn't consider academics a means to an end. Inspired by William Blake: "Truth can never be told so as to be understood, and not be believ'd."