Eliza Jaeger ’17 is from Princeton, New Jersey, although she grew up in Bonn, Germany. Eliza is a neuroscience major, and hopes to study languages in the brain in the future. She speaks English, German, French, Spanish, and a bit of Swahili.
Maddy Dickinson ‘18 is a sophomore from West Hartford CT. She is a Chinese Major with a Linguistics and Education Studies double minor. She speaks Spanish, French and Chinese. Maddy plans to study abroad in Kunming, China in the Spring of 2017.
Natalie Figueroa ’18 is from Norfolk, Massachusetts. She is an International and Global Studies major (focusing in Latin America) with a Linguistics Minor. She speaks English, Spanish, and is continuing her studies in Portuguese. She hopes to visit all three major Latin American civilizations before she is 30 (Mayan civilization checked off already).
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Joy Zhu ’17 is a hermit studying French and German. She likes languages because she likes being told stories.
Bernardo Andrade ‘18 is from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. A Philosophy major and a Russian Literature enthusiast. Bernardo speaks English, Russian and Latin, as well as his native Portuguese. Having fallen in love with the beauty of the Latin language during his freshman summer, he now cherishes it and hopes to declare a minor in Classics.
Shane Healy ’18 is from West Bridgewater, Massachusetts. He is a Japanese Studies major (Linguistics minor), and has studied Spanish as well. He plans on entering the translation field after graduation. Currently, he resides in the Japanese House, and presides over the calligraphy club.
Tamri Matiashvili ’18 is from Tbilisi, Georgia (the Republic of). She plans on either majoring in Economics or having a double major in Econ and Psychology. She speaks Georgian, Russian and English and is now continuing her German studies at Middlebury.
Zarai Zaragoza ’18 is from Chicago, Illinois. She speaks English, Spanish, and is currently learning Japanese. She is an International and Global Studies major with a focus on East Asia, and a Minor in Studio Art. Her hopes and desires include: traveling the world, painting a mural one day, and running a full Chicago Marathon (post-college).
Yingxue Lou (Yuki) ’19 is from Hangzhou, China. Chinese is her native language and she is learning both English and Japanese in Middlebury. She has not decided her major yet but is definitely going to have a Japanese minor.