Meet Nicole L., one of your 2013-14 Admissions Ambassadors!
Name: Nicole L.
Class Year: 2015
Hometown: Boylston, Mass.
High School: Tahanto Regional Middle/High School
Major: Biology with a concentration in Health Sciences
Activities: Resident Assistant in Loretto Hall, Orientation Leader, Alternative Spring Break Student Leader for Phoenix, AZ, Honors Program, Omicron Delta Kappa, Academic Resource Center Tutor, Dance Marathon, Gold Key Ambassador
Place on Campus: Jean Yawkey Center
EC Tradition: Emmanuel College Dance Marathon
Thing about Emmanuel: Alternative Spring Break
Professor: Dr. Bette Weiss (Biology)
Class: Human Nutrition
Why you came to EC: I came to Emmanuel for a handful of reasons. I loved the atmosphere on campus and the fact that both professors and students were extremely friendly. I also loved the insane amount of school spirit on campus and all of the events and traditions that have school spirit. Furthermore, I liked the liberal arts background. I knew I wanted to be in the science field, but at eighteen years old I wasn't ready to truly commit to just one subject. I was intrigued by the idea of being able to intersperse my science classes with religious thought and language courses. Lastly, the Boston location could not be any more perfect. There are an endless supply of restaurants and alcoves to explore in Boston and there are also endless amounts of opportunities for internships all over the city.
What three things would you want if you were stranded on a desert island? A book, a mirror (it's supposed to be super helpful) and an unlimited supply of bananas
What do you want to be when you grow up? I would love to be a Biology teacher.