Sophie Park is a sophomore at Columbia College (’16) and is considering a Biology or Biochemistry major. She enjoys editing videos in iMovie, is a big movie fanatic, and will always find time to play the drum set, piano, or clarinet. Her lifelong personal ambitions include becoming a fluent Spanish speaker, writing an original screenplay, and traveling the world. Professionally, however, she would like to dedicate her time working in the medical field.
Audrey Shi is a freshman at Columbia College (’17) hoping to major in Biology and Statistics. She likes enjoying tea and coffee, watching figure skating, catching up with TV shows, tutoring, and learning languages like Chinese and French. In the future, she’d like to travel abroad to Europe at some point, as well as pursue a career in medicine.
Ari Turkiewicz is a junior in Columbia Engineering (’15) majoring in Applied Physics, although he harbors a not-so-secret love for chemistry. He currently works in the Roy Lab, synthesizing new electromagnetically active materials by rational design. In his spare time, he waits for the new Star Wars movies to come out, and also enjoys a good book.
Hannah Park is a sophomore in Columbia Engineering (’16) majoring in Chemical Engineering. She loves movies, animations, and music. Hannah is always welcoming new members into her Board of Layout Designers, so feel free to contact her if interested!
A prospective English major, Kimberly Shen is currently a sophomore in Columbia College (’16). She enjoys writing and hopes to someday pursue a career in journalism. Her personal ambitions include traveling the world and learning a new language. When she is not busy with schoolwork, she can be found curled up in her room watching Korean dramas and anime.
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Tomer Mate-Solomon is a freshman at Columbia College (’17) hailing from San Diego, California. Yes, New York winters are still something that he is getting used too. Tomer is a prospective Physics & Neuroscience major who conducts interesting theoretical and statistical neuroscience research. In his spare time he enjoys playing water polo, hanging out with friends, and listening to jazz music, particularly that of Miles Davis. In the future he hopes to travel the world while unlocking the secrets of the brain, and of course, wants to learn how to play the Ukulele.
David Dai is a freshman at Columbia College (’17). He plans on majoring in Neuroscience & Behavior or Biochemistry. He was coincidentally born in Manhattan, KS, so his parents believe it was fate for him to attend Columbia University. David is an avid swimmer and soccer player but spends his free time watching TED Talks. One day, he aspires to become a neuroscience researcher and/or a physician.