Germalysa is an undeclared sophomore from Port-au- Prince Haiti, who lived in New Jersey before coming to Princeton. Currently, she is undecided but hopes to receive certificates in the African American Studies Department, Journalism, and Global Health. Upon Arriving at Princeton, Germalysa initially hoped to major in Chemistry or Biology, but after exploring classes in the AAS and Psychology department, she realized that she is much more interested in the discrepancies perpetuated by social concepts like segregation than she is in the natural sciences. Therefore this year, she looks forward to exploring more classes before declaring her major. On-campus Germalysa is an ambassador for Princeton’s visiting office, works two jobs, a part of the FLIC and BSU boards, the Debate Team, an Orientation Leader, and an advising fellow for Matriculate. In the past, she has also been a McGraw Ambassador and a part of the club Football team. Post-undergrad, Germalysa hopes to continue exploring social disparities, especially in immigrant communities in Law School before deciding how she should choose to address them.