Life at La Verne
Member of the NCAA Division III swimming team and Model United Nations club
I find the quiet space of the Wilson Library to be welcoming and a great space to learn and read.
I chose to study physics as it comprises the most fundamental understanding we have of our universe. As a physics major, I have studied rockets, designed with CAD, and used Python for data analysis. I have also enjoyed learning about matter-antimatter reactions.
I find that living here for me has allowed me to grow my time management skills and understanding of people from different backgrounds and cultures.
Be involved in campus activities and clubs! Most of my friends I met during events on campus, which are normally organized by Campus Activities Board (CAB). I also met people by being involved in clubs and sport teams or just talking to people from my dorm.