Paige Hunter, 2021, is from Westerville, Ohio. She joined the board as a permanent member in Spring 2018. Paige is a Global Scholar, and was the Global Scholars’ intern during her sophomore year. Additionally, she is a member of the Delta Gamma Fraternity, and has enjoyed being the Director of New Members and the chapter president. During her first year, she also served on Junior Panhel.
Paige is pursuing a major in Spanish, and a double minor in Education and Latin American Studies. She has enjoyed learning the Spanish language since she began its study in 8th grade. Through her study of Spanish, Paige became interested in the cultures and histories of Spanish-speaking countries. She hopes that through teaching she will be able to spark interest and the love of the Spanish language in her students.
Paige became interested in the Honors Board and Program after taking an Honors Tutorial about women in Spanish cinema. She joined the Honors Board in order to meet more Honors Students and help facilitate more Honors events, so that Honors students could get to know each other.
Anne is a senior from Bowling Green, Ohio pursuing a double major in Social Justice and Pre-Law. Anne plans to attend law school and practice civil rights law. Anne’s dream job is to work for the ACLU. In addition to the Honors Board, Anne is Vice President of the Pre-Law Club, President of Sisters United, Co-Captain of the Women’s Rugby Team, and an active member of Moot Court and Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. In her free time, Anne enjoys playing with her dogs, drinking coffee, and spending time with friends.
Emmanuella, class of 2022, is a junior from Denver, Colorado. She is pursuing a double major in Pre-Medicine and Psychology. Emmanuella is a member of the Honors Board and the Psychology Student Board. During her free time, Emmanuella enjoys reading, going to the gym, spending time with friends and listening to music.
Lily is a junior majoring in English Literature with minors in both Spanish and History. In addition to being a member at large for the Honors Board, she is Vice President of the Spanish Club, an active member of Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority, a member of the Global Scholars Program as well as the President’s Club, and currently works as an intern for the Global Studies Institute. She also serves as a student representative for the University’s Academic Policy Committee. When she has free time, which she rarely does, she enjoys dog sitting for her professors and planning travel for her future trips abroad and within the United States.
My name is Cassandra Farber and I am a junior from Buffalo Grove, IL. I grew up in the Chicagoland area, so coming to OWU became the first time I have ever lived out of state. I am a Neuroscience and Pre-Medicine double major with a Chemistry minor. I have been interested in STEM for as long as I can remember! My goal with my degree is to either go to medical school, or go into scientific research. My involvements on campus include being a member of Kappa Alpha Theta as well as doing research in the neuroscience lab. I wanted to join the honors board because I have always considered myself to be a very tenacious learner, and I wanted to seek out more ways to get immersed into the honors community here at school. Being a member of the board has given me the opportunity to expand my leadership skills as well as become more involved in the OWU honors program. I appreciate my education so much, especially the opportunities that I have gotten as an honors student at this university (including living in the honors house!). I look forward to the rest of my term and all the cool experiences that lie ahead.
Muzaffar is a junior from Karachi, Pakistan who is double-majoring in Finance Economics and Statistic. In addition to being on the Honors Board, Muzaffar works as a math tutor for the Quantitative Skills Center and part of the soccer club. In his free time, Muzaffar likes to read books on economics and play basketball with friends.
David is a sophomore from Avon Lake, OH. He is pursuing a double major in neuroscience and pre-medicine and a minor in chemistry. In addition to the Honors Board, he is currently a Senator in the WCSA, an active member of the Pre-Medicine club, and a track and field athlete. In his free time, David enjoys powerlifting, reading, and country music concerts.
Josie Fornara is a sophomore from Coshocton, OH, studying zoology and environmental science with a minor in chemistry. Josie is currently representing the Class of 2023 as an at-large member of the OWU Honors Board. In addition to working in the Office of Admissions as a tour guide, Josie is an active member of the women's intramural ultimate frisbee team, Kappa Alpha Theta Fraternity, Newman club, Outdoor Ministry Team, and the pre-veterinary medicine club. In her free time, she enjoys swimming, hiking, reading, singing, and making new friends.
Grace is a sophomore from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She is pursuing a major in neuroscience with a minor in Psychology. As well as being the member for the Honors Board, Grace is involved in Women’s Ultimate Frisbee, Outdoor Ministry Team, and plays the cello in Orchestra. She also works for the Columbus Initiative as an elementary school tutor at Linden STEM Academy and is an intern for Family Promise of Delaware County. In her free time, Grace loves playing with dogs, spending time with friends, reading good books, and doing yoga.
Makenna is a sophomore from Springfield, Ohio. She is pursuing a major in Pre-Professional Zoology as well as a minor in Psychology. In addition to being a member of the Honors Board, she is also a member of the Women’s Ultimate Frisbee team. On the board, she looks forward to trying to make a difference on campus as well as bringing more attention to the Honors Board and the Honors Program. Outside of academics, Makenna enjoys reading, spending time with her dogs back home, and listening to music.
Myles Steed is a sophomore from Marion, Ohio. He is pursuing a double major of microbiology and pre-medicine with a minor in psychology. Myles plans to attend med school and become a physician. Myles’s dream job is to specialize in working with those who are born with developmental disabilities. In addition to the Honors Board, Myles is also a member of Pre-Med Club, Outdoor Ministry Team, and Rock-Climbing Club. During his free time, Myles enjoys volunteering, listening to music, and spending time with friends.
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