Senior Interns

Imogen Campbell Hendricks

Imogen Campbell Hendricks

Hometown: Fairfax, Virginia

Major/Minor: Music and English double major

Favorite Wooster Tradition: My favorite Wooster tradition is IS Symposium. This is a day when we cancel classes and the whole Wooster community shows up to support our seniors and learn about their Independent Studies. I love visiting my friends and listening in on presentations. I especially love wandering through the art museum between sessions to look at the visual art that's displayed. 

Activities/Clubs: Wooster Symphony Orchestra, Danza Zumba, College of Wooster Hillel

Gustavo Duran

Gustavo Duran

Hometown: Chicago, Illinois

Major: Communication Studies Minor: Theatre

Favorite Wooster Tradition: Walking through the Kauke Arch has become one of my favorite traditions at Wooster. There is only a handful of times you get to walk with your graduating class and celebrate a significant moment in your college career. Whether it is the beginning of your time in Wooster, IS Monday (completion of your Independent Study) or graduation, there is a certain energy that cannot be replicated anywhere else. 

Activities/Clubs: Organization of Latin American Students, Delta Chi Delta

Cat Fiorito

Cat Fiorito

Hometown: Louisville, KY

Major: Communication Studies Minor: Early Childhood Education

Favorite Tradition: My favorite Wooster tradition is IS Monday. This is the day that all the senior’s Independent Studies are due. I love this tradition because it is so exciting to see all your senior friends’ hard work payoff. It’s a great time to celebrate with friends and have something to look forward to when you become a senior.

Activities/Clubs: Woman’s Basketball Team, Pi Beta Kappa, Alpha Gamma Phi, Lambda Pi Eta, Communications Club, CreateHER, Future Alumni Network, Orientation Committee, Sports announcer

Jimmy Hinton

Jimmy Hinton

Hometown: North Canton, OH

Major: Political Science

Favorite Wooster Tradition: My favorite Wooster tradition is walking through the Arch at Orientation and walking back out at Graduation. While it represents the end of our respective journeys at Wooster, the walk also honors the hard work and dedication of the entire senior class.

Activities/Clubs: Varsity Men’s Golf Team, APEX Peer Mentor, Admissions Senior Intern, Learning Center Student Assistant, Student Conduct Officer, Meals on Wheels Delivery Driver, 2019 SHECP Intern, Political Science Honors Society, Peer Tutor

Nashmia Khan

Nashmia Khan

Hometown: Lahore, Pakistan

Major: Neuroscience Minor: Sociology 

Favorite Wooster Tradition: My favorite Wooster tradition is I.S. Symposium. This is the day when classes are canceled and every senior gets to present their Independent Student thesis to students, faculty, staff, and families. Every year I am inspired by all the amazing research students are doing and I can't wait to present my own work this April.  

Activities/Clubs: South Asia Committee, Noor, Women of Images, Pi Kappa, Sexual Respect Coalition, International Student Advisory Committee 

Seung Yeon (Michelle) Lee

Seung Yeon (Michelle) Lee

Hometown: Yongin, South Korea

Major: Biology 

Favorite Wooster Tradition: My favorite Wooster tradition is Scot Spirit Day. I get to hang out with my friends as well as promote my organizations to new students and get to know them in person. It's a perfect opportunity to fully experience the liveliness and diversity on Wooster’s campus.

Activities/Clubs: Women of Images, Biology Club, Minorities in STEM, Women in STEM, Pre-dental Society, Pi Kappa

Aubri McKoy

Aubri McKoy

Hometown: New Brunswick, New Jersey

Major: Communication Studies

Favorite Tradition: My favorite Wooster tradition is Black & Gold weekend. It's the perfect opportunity to reunite with old friends, make new friends, and support campus events all in one. 

Activities/Clubs: Women's Basketball, Women of Images, Black Women's Organization, Lamda Pi Eta, Allen Scholar Community

Anna Medema

Anna Medema

Hometown: Mariposa, CA

Major: Political Science Minor: Environmental Studies

Favorite Wooster Tradition: My favorite Wooster tradition is IS Monday. Independent Study is something that every student on campus does, so this day really unites the whole community in celebrating the incredible research done by that year's graduating seniors!

Activities/Clubs: Varsity volleyball, SGA Senator for Class of 2020 and Co-Chair of Student Advocacy Committee, President of WARA, member of SAAC, student assistant for ENVS dept., tour guide for 3 previous years

Morgan Mooty

Morgan Mooty

Hometown: Macomb, MI 

Major: Biochemistry & Molecular Biology

Favorite Wooster Tradition: My favorite Wooster tradition is having the bagpipes play before sports games and at different student events!  

Activities/Clubs: Wooster Women In STEM, Wooster Volunteer Network, Health Coach, WARA, PUSH, Woman’s Soccer

Andrew Peacock

Andrew Peacock

Hometown: St. Louis, Missouri

Major: English Minor: History

Favorite Tradition: I love when the bagpipers march through Wooster during events and ceremonies. It is a tradition that I never get tired of, and whenever I hear the instrument anywhere else, memories of my Wooster home are sparked inside me.

Activities/Clubs: Wooster Chorus, Merry Kuween of Skots A Cappella, Xi Chi Psi, Bass Chorale Scholar at First Presbyterian Church in Wooster, Head Usher with Wooster’s Music Department, Voice Lessons

Isaac Weiss

Isaac Weiss

Hometown: Louisville, KY

Major: Math and Political Science Minor: Computer Science

Favorite Wooster Tradition: The Bookends of the Wooster Experience: During orientation, the incoming class of students will gather on the steps of the Kauke arch, take a class photo, and be marched through the arch, being led by the bagpipers. On the last day that you're a member of the Wooster community, you will graduate and be marched back through the arch to take some pictures on those steps before going out into the world. 

Activities/Clubs: Student Government Association, College Democrats, Pi Mu Epsilon, Hillel