Cheers, Rockefeller! My name is Kyle Berlin. I’m from a big ditch on the central coast of California that is called, appropriately enough, Arroyo Grande—“big ditch” in Spanish. Speaking of Spanish (and hopefully in it!), I’m a Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Cultures concentrator, which gives me lots of opportunities to explore beyond the (limited, as all worlds are) world of Princeton; I spent last semester in Cuba and the year before Princeton in Peru, as a part of the Bridge Year program. On campus, I run late at night, eat ice cream (chocolate) early in the morning, and during the days can be found in the chapel (enjoying the silence and grandeur), on the stage (doing improv or theater or arguing or storytelling), in the city (working with the Pace center or eating dessert or getting lost), and everywhere in between. Some things I like: radio, the ocean, solitude, words, spinach, sunscreen, autonomy, dynamism and awareness. And you! This is part of my story; I so look forward to hearing yours.