Graduation year: 2013
Hometown: Mexico City, Mexico
Major: Political Science, Philosophy integrated with Bible Theology
Involvement at Wheaton: WETN, WCMUN, College Republicans, TA to Dr. Black, Justice Coalition Chair
Why Wheaton? Like many of us here, God made it pretty clear to me that this is where he wanted me to be. It was just as much of a sensation of peace with Wheaton as a rational decision. That initial calling has been confirmed time and time again in the healing relationships of roommates and in the intellectual growth I've experienced here.
Describe Wheaton in three words: Place of wonders!
Favorite Wheaton class: Intro to Political Theory with Dr. McGraw Most memorable experience at Wheaton: Singing the Brahms Requiem in Symphony Center with the Conducter John Nelson and the Wheaton choirs.
Why JustCo? I chose JustCo in response to God's call to "do justice and love mercy." I have special compassion for the unborn and a passion to dialogue about the difficult issues represented in the Coalition. I want to encourage and challenge people to escape shallow and cliché conceptions of justice in order to genuinely engage with a topic and relate to it personally. What does justice mean to you? Justice is a state of right relationship between all of us and with God.