She dances, sings, loves Diet Coke, and is looking for some people to go sky diving with. If you ask this Theta President, psychology major and pre-med student where she’s from, she’ll say Boston, but keep reading to find out where you’ll go if you ask her out on a date!
Her Campus Emory (HCE): Tell us something interesting about yourself.
Lauren (L): I tap danced for 11 years. Maybe that’s more on the weird side than the interesting? Whatever, tap is awesome. I’m also super flexible, like touch my nose to my knees sort of flexible. Thanks Mom and Dad for gymnastics class!
HCE: What is the best thing about Emory?
L: The best thing about Emory is the new Coca-Cola machine in Cox. I’ve never been more excited to feed my Diet Coke obsession. Cherry Vanilla DC? YES PLEASE.
HCE: If you could be anything in the world, what would it be?
L: If I could be anything in the world I would be…This is a hard one! I’m pretty good with where I’m at right now, I think my ultimate goal, as corny as it sounds, is to be doing a job that makes me happy so that I don’t even feel like I’m doing work.
HCE: What is one thing you have to do before you graduate?
L: Sky Diving. Anyone want to come with?
HCE: If you were to perform in a talent show, what would you do?
L: If I were in a talent show, I would probably sing. I used to take voice lessons and sing in a choir, and I loved it! I also have a weirdly extensive knowledge of song lyrics……
HCE: Describe your perfect date.
L: Hmmm…date? Do boys at Emory even know that word?! But in all seriousness, I think a great date would be doing a new thing, like discovering a new part of Atlanta or taking a cooking class or going on a fun adventure. Sit-down dinners can feel like interviews, and doing something together shows you way more about another person than getting a meal ever could.