Name: Dylan Corn
Hometown: New York City
Minor: Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Her Campus: What attracted you to Brandeis?
Dylan Corn: I immediately loved the enthusiasm and passion Brandeis students have. Everyone is involved with so many different activities or double majoring and triple minoring. I also just felt very comfortable and at home when I spent time on campus.
HC: What activities are you involved in on campus?
DC: I write and run the Her Campus Instagram, I chat and talk about midyear programs at Admissions, and I assistant stage manage for the Undergraduate Theater Collective.
HC: What has been your favorite Brandeis memory so far?
DC: I’m a midyear, so I this is my first semester on campus. I was in London last semester and some of my best memories there were traveling to Istanbul, Wales, and Scotland with my friends. So far on campus, one of my favorite moments have been hanging out in Village with all the other midyears and sharing our first semester experiences.
HC: What advice do you have for incoming first years?
DC: It will seem like people around you have their act together, but everyone is in the same place. It’s okay to explore new things and not know what you are doing.
HC: Where do you see yourself in ten years?
DC: Back in New York City working or managing theater.
Secret Talent: I’m really good at winking.
Favorite TV Show: Game of Thrones
Favorite Spot on Campus: There is a spot behind Village with a semi-circle of stones. On sunny days it’s the perfect place to relax and do work.
Favorite Song of the Moment: “Formation” by Beyoncé
Favorite Boston Attraction: Any JP Licks
Favorite Class at Brandeis: “Black Feminist Thought” with Professor Jasmine Johnson. An incredible and life changing class.
Prized Possession: My camera.