Certificate: Urban Studies
Hi! I'm Sara and I'm from San Antonio, Texas. I love to read, travel, and do yoga. On campus, I work for CampusRec and participate in many intramural sports. I officially declared a concentration in architecture; however, I had no clue what I was going to major in upon coming to Princeton. As I have a lot of passions and interests, I bounced between Economics, Computer Science, and Anthropology before I took my first Architecture class. After my first lecture, I knew it was the major for me!
Feel free to reach out to me if you have any questions about academics, Mathey, or questions in general
ARC203 - Introduction to Architectural Thinking - This is where my love for organization and design really melded with my desire to create. I found something I'm not only passionate about, but also something I really enjoy doing. This class was an eye-opener into the field of architecture, yet it's not only for architecture students. I highly recommend this course to anyone who is just interested in the thoughts and theory behind architecture and its relationship to society and individuals.
ARC206 - Geometry and Architectural Representation - This class taught me to see the world through many different vantages, perspectives, and relationships -- both in drawing and reality.
Most people don't know this, but when I'm stressed out, I make paper origami stars. I used to have two jars about the size of a large coffee canister to collect them.