Interview with Madi!
Tour GuideNoelle Mercer
Meet my dear friend and inspiration, Madi!
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Maddy, could you please introduce yourself where you're from? And your major? Yeah. I'm a double major in theater studies and women's gender and sexuality studies. What college are you in? I'm in Morse College. Maddy, could you talk a little bit about what? You do like Extracurricular? Yeah. It's an all women's group called something extra. So what is the kind of the type of shows that you've done? Well, last year, I am Korea to show that our speaker Noel was actually and cold in the height on. I'm acting the show called twenty fifth Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, which is super fun machine learning about theworld baton for it only. That I'm directing a show this spring called a gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder. Could you just quickly describe, Like what? The social climate like it's like here at Yale. Then also just like your own personal social circle. I was really surprised about the social climate here. It was only the opposite of what I thought it would be. You know, I don't think is, uh, super like, horny toity kind of ivy. I was really impressed with the way that people are so, like, grounded and down to earth. Here I found so many people who were a lot like me and people who are super different and like in a way like our experiences here become universal even with different backgrounds. Like I found that some of my closest friends or people who have lived completely different lives. What? What a piece of advice that you give to a person who wants to come to Yale or who's just thinking apology. You're going to do best things that you love to do when things that make you feel like a better person and a better student. Like don't do anything that feels like a waste of your time.