Rosed Serrano is a member of the class of 2018 majoring in African American Studies. She became interested in the department because her experience with classes in the department challenged the way she looked at the world and her place in it differently. Along with African American Studies she is pursuing certificates in Creative Writing Poetry and Portuguese. She is interested in the way identity manifests itself around the world and in the realm of the imaginary. On campus she is a tour guide for the Princeton Art Museum, a fellow for the Carl A. Field’s Center and a Peer Health Advisor.
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