Ask a Swattie

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Want to learn more about Swarthmore by speaking directly with a current student? You can email a student to find out what it's like to live and learn in our inspiring campus community. (If you're a transfer student, check out Ask a Transfer Swattie.) In addition, be sure to check out our student blog, SwatStories

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Lelosa Aimufua

Lelosa Aimufua ‘20 is from Los Angeles, CA. She is a prospective Political Science and Education special major with potential minors in Peace and Conflict Studies and Black Studies. “I'm from Los Angeles California, and came in as a Biology major. I am currently undecided. I'm leaning more towards the social sciences, such as political science, education, and sociology/anthropology. I'm a member of the women's varsity volleyball team, SASS, and SASA, a Diversity Peer Advisor, and a BCC librarian.” Her email address is:

Celine Anderson

Celine Anderson ‘19 is from Roanoke, VA. She is a Sociology & Anthropology major. “When I'm not in class, I spend my time running SSUCC, the Swarthmore Stand Up Comedy Club and participating in the board for WOCKA (Women of Color Keep Achieving). I am also a proud member of AMENA (Arab, Middle Eastern, North African Students Organization) as well as SASS (Swarthmore African American Student Society). Shoot me an email if you have any questions about anything at all!” Her email address is:

Guillermo Barreto Corona

Guillermo Barreto Corona ‘19 is from Bellevue, WA. He is a double major in Biology and Computer Science. “I had the opportunity to work in the Biology department on research about the functions of novel proteins in sea anemone. Outside of class and research I create art in forms of drawing and photography. I’m on the board of Swarthmore Organization of Low-Income Students (SOLIS), am a Diversity Peer Advisor, and am a member of a lot of other groups in the Intercultural Center. Doing research within the Biology Department and presenting it here and at conferences has allowed me to discover a passion in Computational Biology, which I will hopefully pursue in graduate school at some point in my life.” His email address is:

Gil Guerra

Gil Guerra Guerra ‘19 is from Forrest County, MS. He is a Political Science major. “Hi! I'm Mississippi and somehow wound up at Swarthmore. Here on campus I'm co-president of a leadership club for Black and Latino men, president of the Salsa dance club, intern for our Center of Innovation and Leadership, and am active in the Conservative society and Catholic life. Looking forward to your questions!” His email address is:

Tiauna Lewis

Tiauna Lewis ‘19 is from Lincoln, NE. She is a Prospective Black Studies major and Arabic language minor. “I am a QuestBridge scholar and a Richard Rubin Scholar. My primary interests are African American history and Arabic language and literatures. I am a Diversity Peer Advisor, a First-In-Family Programming Intern, and a librarian at the Black Cultural Center and McCabe Library. I participate in OASIS, our spoken word collective as well as our competitive, internationally recognized slam poetry team. I am constantly reflecting on life as a first-generation college student, low-income, person of color here at Swarthmore, a place I love and care deeply about.” Her email address is:

Matt Palmer

Matt Palmer ‘18 is from Asheville, NC. He is a Honors Physics major and an Honors Economics minor. “I play baseball for the college as a middle infielder. It's a huge part of my life and I consider my teammates to be my family away from home. When I'm not in class or on the field, I work as a Student Academic Mentor (or SAM for short). It's our job to assist our peers with all of their academic needs, from registering for classes to communicating with professors. I also love to cook, read, and exercise for fun!” His email address is:

Anna Scheibmeir

Anna Scheibmeir ‘18 is from Centralia, WA. She is a Honors Political Science major and a course Psychology major with an Honors minor in Psychology minor. “I am a political nerd fascinated by the intersection of political science and psychology - hence my double major in those two areas. I spent summer '16 working for Congressman Denny Heck on Capitol Hill and fall '16 studying abroad at the University of St Andrews in Scotland. I conducted research through the Psychology department studying perceptual biases in children and I am planning to participate in further research in political psychology. Outside of the classroom I am a member of the women's varsity tennis team and have been involved with some of our dance groups and productions on campus. I also work for the admissions office as a head tour guide and I am a member of the Student Access Advisory Board.” Her email address is: