Katherine is a senior from Clifton, Virginia concentrating in the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs with certificates in Spanish Language and Culture and Values and Public Life. On campus, she's an Army ROTC cadet, Orange Key Tour Guide, member of the Pre-Law Society, and undergraduate fellow with the Center for International Security Studies. For fun, Katherine plays for the Women’s Club Soccer Team, sings with Trego, and is a part of the USG Social Committee. Please feel free to reach out to her anytime for help or just to chat (always looking for an excuse to grab Starbucks)!
Concentration: School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA)
Certificate(s): Spanish Language and Culture + Values and Public Life
Hometown: Clifton, Virginia
Princeton class that has shaped the way I think: HIS380 was an amazing course that taught me how to read history as a narrative. Tracing people throughout historical events and as real people rather than distant characters really helped me absorb the information. Furthermore, those who write history really have the power to shape it so it is important that we be cognizant of this as consumers of knowledge.
Favorite memory from first year at Princeton: Traveling into NYC with my Freshman Seminar to visit finance firms and enjoy a wonderful dinner!