Soleil Ball Van Zee
Soleil Ball Van Zee ‘19

Head Tour Guide

John "Jack" Buyske ‘18
John "Jack" Buyske ‘18

Head Tour Guide

Jack Gomberg ‘18
Jack Gomberg ‘18

Head Tour Guide

Alejandro Guerrero Vargas ‘19
Alejandro Guerrero Vargas ‘19

Head Tour Guide

Thomas Campbell

Assistant Dean of Admissions
Tour Guide Program Manager

Gabe Abdellatif
Gabe Abdellatif '21

Riverdale High School, Portland, OR

Major: Politics

When Gabe isn't giving tours he can be found spending time with friends, competing with Pomona's student-run Mock Trial Team, serving on Pomona's Judicial Board, or volunteering as a Pomona Academy for Youth Success (PAYS) mentor with the Draper Center for Community Partnerships. Oh, and Gabe's favorite part of being a tour guide is all the attention.

Vicky-Marie Addo Ashong ‘20
Vicky-Marie Addo Ashong ‘20

George Mason High School, Falls Church, VA

Major/Minor: Public Policy Analysis (PPA) with a politics concentration (major), Mathematics (minor)

Vicky-Marie is a member of the Pomona-Pitzer Varsity Volleyball and Track & Field teams. When she’s not on the court or the track, you can find her supporting her fellow Sagehens in all their endeavors—artistic, academic or athletic. You’re most likely to find Vicky hanging out with friends, but when she is working, she enjoys reading about politics and history or struggling over math problem sets. Outside of school, Vicky loves going to the beach or pool, doing online shopping, going out to dinner and watching MTV.

Victoria (Tori) Agostini ‘20
Victoria "Tori" Agostini ‘20

Spring Valley High School, Columbia, SC

Major: International Relations

Tori is a prospective international relations major who also enjoys French and economics. Outside of the classroom, you can spot Tori at the pool with the Pomona-Pitzer Women's Swim Team or playing intramural innertube water polo. She enjoys hiking and visiting museums in L.A. during her free time outside the pool.

Chloe An
Chloe An ‘18

Ladue Horton Watkins High School, St. Louis, MO

Major/Minor: Environmental Analysis (major), Computer Science (minor)

Chloe probably would still be undecided if she wasn’t forced to graduate—there are just too many cool things to learn about in this world! When she's not running for the Pomona-Pitzer Track and Field team, she is probably running to a student government meeting or to Snack, the best part of the day on Sundays through Wednesdays (if you've never heard of Snack, ask your tour guide what this is!!). Chloe has an irrational fear of elevators, wears her Birkenstocks almost religiously, and once got stuck climbing a tree in Marston Quad and had to be helped down from 5 feet above the ground due to a paralyzing fear of heights.

Salamata Bah
Salamata Bah ‘20

Bronx School for Law, Government and Justice, Bronx, NY

Majors: Public Policy Analysis (PPA)

Salamata is from a predominantly Hispanic and Black neighborhood in the Bronx. Although she lived in NYC for 14 years of her life, she has also lived in the West Africa country of Guinea for 4 years. Currently, her favorite class is Korean because she is addicted to Korean dramas and looks forward to the day she can study abroad in South Korea. 

Soleil Ball Van Zee '19
Soleil Ball Van Zee '19

The Dalton School, New York, NY

Majors: Politics & Art History

Soleil devotes a lot of time to her work as Student Coordinator for the Rooftop Garden Project at the Draper Center for Community Partnerships. She has also been elected as the Student Representative to the Trustee Academic Affairs Committee and serves as Appeals Chair for the student Judicial Council. Soleil also enjoys eating long, leisurely meals in the dining halls, playing KenKen, and going camping and getting lost with friends in Joshua Tree.  

Ali Barber
Ali Barber ‘20

Deerfield Academy, Deerfield, MA (home is San Francisco, CA)

Majors: History & Spanish

Ali is still considering a variety of majors, including linguistics, history and Spanish. Outside of class, she loves hiking, running and any sort of outdoor adventure. She spends her time on campus working for Pomona-Pitzer Athletics, volunteering through the Draper Center for Community Partnerships and training with a friend for their next half-marathon.

Matthew Brown
Matthew Brown ‘20

St. John's School, Houston, TX

Major: Music

Matthew is a music major who can usually be found in the Thatcher Music Building practicing piano and voice or rehearsing with the Pomona College Choir and Glee Club. Matthew is also a member of Claremont Splash and volunteers with Learning in Collaboration through the Draper Center. In his free time, Matthew enjoys venturing off-campus on 47 Things trips, taking long, contemplative walks and sharing his love of Broadway musicals.

Kelsey Buchanan
Kelsey Buchanan ‘18

Torrey Pines High School, San Diego, CA

Major: Science, Technology & Society (STS)

Kelsey just returned to campus from a semester abroad in Santiago Chile. When she's not on the softball field or in the lab doing premed things, she's most likely spending quality time with her bearded dragon Hagrid.

Tyler Bunton
Tyler Bunton ‘20

Hamden Hall Country Day School, Hamden, CT

Major: English & International Relations

Tyler is undecided major-wise but is mainly torn between interests in international relations, English and Spanish. In his free time he enjoys learning new languages, writing or reading at the Sky Space, taking violin lessons, playing in the Pomona College Orchestra and lounging on Marston Quad. Some Crust coffee and memes round out his interests. 

Jack  Buyske
Jack Buyske '18

Princeton High School, Princeton, NJ

Major: Public Policy Analysis (PPA) with a chemistry concentration

After giving his final tour (sob!) and graduating, Jack plans to apply to medical school. When not doing schoolwork, he can be found mentoring in the Chemistry department, playing intramural sports, and watching New York Yankees baseball. Perhaps most importantly, he once won a benzene ring drawing contest.

Geraldine Castaneda
Geraldine Castaneda ‘21

C.K. McClatchy High School, Sacramento, CA

Major: Public Policy Analysis (PPA) with a Chicanx/Latinx studies concentration

Born in Mexico City, Geralidine is a QuestBridge Match, first-gen, DACA-mented Sagehen. She loves to dance salsa and play tennis (only occasionally at the same time). When not in class, she can be found out and about eating cookies, slyly picking the beautiful Pomona flowers or re-watching episodes of The Office.

Cynthia Cuellar ‘21
Cynthia Cuellar ‘21

Alliance Gertz-Ressler High School, Los Angeles, CA

Major: Public Policy Analysis (PPA) with a chemistry concentration

Guatemalan-born, Cynthia enjoys doing nearly everything—unless it's related to sports. Alas, due to the limitation of 24 hours in a day, she limits herself to dancing in the Claremont Ballroom Dance Company, stage managing plays for The Green Room, and planning events for organizations such as QuestBridge. She also enjoys petting cute dogs on Marston Quad, eating yummy omelets at Frank Dining Hall and making cute crafts at the Hive.

Ellelan Degife ‘18
Ellelan Degife ‘18

New Westminster Secondary School, Vancouver, Canada

Major/Minor: Public Policy Analysis (PPA) with a global health concentration (major), Chemistry (minor)

When not in class (or lab), Elle can be found debating with the Model United Nations team, organizing events with the Pomona Student Union, or TAing in the Anthropology and Chemistry departments. Off Pomona’s campus, she loves to hike, eat, explore cities and hang out on the beach, all of which, fortunately, she can indulge in both in Vancouver and Southern California.

Mo Dyson '19
Mo Dyson ‘19

Citrus College, Glendora, CA

Major: Public Policy Analysis (PPA) with a politics concentration

Originally from Grand Rapids, Michigan, Mo transferred to Pomona from a nearby community college. Mo previously served in the United States Marine Corps and, in 2004-2005, he deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom to the Al Anbar Province in Western Iraq. Since leaving the Marine Corps, Mo has advocated for veterans’ healthcare and education access. At Pomona, Mo is the founder and head of the Veteran Mentorship Program, created to raise awareness of and support for military veterans on campus. When not giving tours, you'll see Mo around Claremont, driving his kiddos to their various extracurricular activities, browsing at the Claremont Farmer's Market or lounging about with other students discussing politics and policy in Carnegie.  

Justine Gluck
Justine Gluck '19

Conestoga High School, Paoli, PA         

Majors: Politics & History        

Justine just returned from a semester abroad in Cape Town, South Africa. When she’s not writing essays, Justine also enjoys volunteering through the Draper Center, buying the world’s best hummus from the Claremont Farmer’s Market or exploring Southern California. You can catch her walking around campus—a little too fast for all of her West Coast friends.        

Eric Gofen '19
Eric Gofen '19

Latin School of Chicago, Chicago, IL

Majors: Math & Politics

Sagehen Eric solves math problems and runs for fun, though usually (but not always) at separate times. Once in a while, he makes bad jokes in front of crowds. He is also a sponsor and made a hammer once for class.

Jack Gomberg '18
Jack Gomberg '18

Latin School of Chicago, Chicago, IL

Major: Neuroscience

When the sun sets, this fascinating creature crawls out of the earth to bombard innocent pedestrians with cringe-inducing puns. His hobbies include gorging on chocolate, emulating hamsters, and dancing using only his eyebrows. He hopes you enjoy the tour, but, if you don't, he would like to remind you that his last name is actually Buyske.

Laura Gonzalez Merino '19
Laura Gonzalez Meriño '19

Alonzo and Tracy Mourning Senior High Biscayne Bay Campus, North Miami Beach, FL

Major/Minor: Russian and Eastern European Studies (major), German Studies (minor)

Originally from Moscow, Russia, Laura enjoys tutoring students in Russian across the Claremont Consortium. She also loves to spend her time outside of the classroom dancing with The Claremont Colleges Ballroom Dance Company, giving tours of Pomona College, assisting the Russian and German Departments, attending German, French and Russian cultural activities on- and off-campus, hosting spa nights with friends and visiting Los Angeles. Whew!

Alejandro Guerrero ‘19
Alejandro Guerrero Vargas ‘19

Harding University High School, Charlotte, NC

Major/Minor: Anthropology (major), Chemistry (minor) (pre-health track)

Born in Hidalgo, Mexico, but raised in Charlotte, North Carolina, Alejandro is a first-generation, DACA-mented junior. He spends a fair amount of his time serving as a Resident Advisor of Lawry, organizing off-campus events through Pomona Events Committee, and acting as junior class president. On campus, you can find Alejandro longboarding to class or catch him eating at Scripps. Happiness to Alejandro is exploring the city of Los Angeles and photographing anything that catches his eye.

Henry Jacobs
Henry Jacobs ‘20

Brooklyn Friends School, Brooklyn, NY

Major: Computer Science

Henry thinks he might major in biology, but, as with many things in his life, he can't decide. When he is not studying, he is involved with the On The Loose outdoors club and works for The Student Life newspaper. Henry loves hiking, camping and listening to music, so feel free to ask him for music suggestions or about that time he thought he was going to be eaten by a coyote.

Bella Kearney ‘21
Bella Kearney ‘21

Convent of the Sacred Heart High School, San Francisco, CA

Major: (possibly) Public Policy Analysis (PPA)

A proud Sagehen who runs for both the women's cross country and track teams, Bella also works at the McAlister Center for Religious Activities. The sunny outside tables of the SCC are often her favorite place to settle down with readings for classes or a fiction recommendation from my nana.

Callison "Callie" Kernick ‘18
Callison "Callie" Kernick ‘18

Mira Loma High School, Sacramento, CA

Majors: Psychology & French

Callie was able to combine her double majors during her semester in Paris when she learned all about French psychoanalysis. If you come to her with a dream, she is willing to offer you a complete Freudian interpretation (which you may or may not find helpful). Callie is passionate about eating cookies, solving crossword puzzles, bonding with cats, and exploring the outdoors. 

Kyle Lee
Kyle Lee ‘20

Saint Ann's School, Brooklyn, NY

Majors: Psychology & Theatre

When not practicing his backwards walk, Kyle can be found perfecting his Mandarin at Oldenborg’s language table over lunch, trying to find out which dining hall has chicken tenders and dancing in the 5C group Groove Nation. He also enjoys acting, singing and exploring Southern California with friends.

Michelle Li ‘20
Michelle Li ‘20

Palo Alto High School, Palo Alto, CA       

Majors: Math & Economics      

Michelle regularly performs in dance concerts, plays the piano and works as a mentor in the Math department. She loves Philz coffee and wearing flip flops, and, outside of class and the dance studio, you can find her stashing away Hagoromo chalk in Millikan (likely), sleeping in front of the Living Room fireplace (more likely), or eating curly fries at the Hub (most likely).

Ethen Lund ‘19
Ethen Lund ‘19

Cardinal Gibbons High School, Cary, NC (via  Atlanta, GA; Steilacoom, WA; Stockton, CA; Killeen, TX; Bethesda, MD; Seoul, South Korea; and Ramstein, Germany)

Major: Chemistry

Ethen grew up in Germany, South Korea, and all throughout the US, and is more than content to have landed in Southern California for college. He enjoys spending his time kicking rocks, listening to cicadas, and jumping in puddles. 

Kamil Lungu
Kamil Lungu ‘20

Lane Technical College Preparatory High School, Chicago, IL

Major: International Relations

Kamil is involved with numerous political and activist organizations on campus. In his spare time he enjoys attempting latté art, hiking Mt. Baldy and browsing through LPs at our local record shop, Rhino Records.

Rafa Martinez-Avial ‘21
Rafa Martinez-Avial ‘21

Liceo Europeo, Alcobendas, Spain

Majors: Math & Physics

Rafa is a cool Spaniard who would not mind telling you about something awesome he just found out about physics or math. He also likes to learn languages, finds linguistics to be pretty cool, and dabbles in computer science and philosophy. During his free time, he likes participating in plays, taking part in reading groups or just hanging out in Millikan (or Wig!). If you find him and give him some jamón, he'll probably appreciate it.

Gillian Meyer
Gillian Meyer ‘20

The Hockaday School, Dallas, TX

Majors: Economics & Math

When not giving tours, Gillian can be found eating Trader Joe’s snacks, watching The West Wing and searching for pet-able dogs on campus. Gillian hopes to one day  overcome her fear of heights and climb the leaning tree in Marston Quad, but for now she is content with sitting on the beautiful and well-manicured lawn.

Cecil Leading Campus Tour Group
Schuyler "Skye" Mitchell ‘20

Chatham Hall, Chatham, VA  (home is Raleigh, NC)

Majors: Media Studies & English

Skye plans to major in either media studies, English or psychology, but there are so many interesting things to study at Pomona that she really has no idea where she'll end up. In her free time, Skye enjoys writing for The Student Life newspaper, playing on the 5C club field hockey team, struggling to learn upright bass and DJing for the campus radio station, KSPC.

Liceo Europeo, Alcobendas, Spain Majors: Math & Physics Rafa is a cool Spaniard who would not mind telling you about something awesome he just found out about physics or math. He also likes to learn languages, finds linguistics to be pretty cool, and dabb
Lukas Ming Menkhoff ‘21

United World College of South East Asia, Singapore

Majors: Computer Science & Economics

In his first year at Pomona Lukas is pursuing his interests in Computer Science, Economics and Chinese. German and Singaporean, Lukas served in the Singapore Military for two years prior to enrolling at Pomona College. On campus, he is a member of the Pomona-Pitzer Swim Team (a top-10 nationally ranked Division III Swim program) and recently joined Admissions as a Tour Guide.     

Tulika Mohan
Tulika Mohan ‘20

Sanskriti School, New Delhi, India

Majors: Politics & Economics

When Tulika is not giving tours, she enjoys listening to Bollywood music, watching trashy television shows, and playing with other people's dogs. She is also a mentor with ISMP (International Student Mentorship Program). 

Elizabeth (Libby) Newland
Elizabeth "Libby" Newland ‘18

Brea Olinda High School, Brea, CA

Major: Public Policy Analysis (PPA)  with a politics concentration

Libby is involved in planning campus activities with the Pomona Events Committee. She volunteers in a local elementary school through the Draper Center and interns at Neighborhood Legal Services at the Los Angeles courthouse through the Pomona College Internship Program (PCIP). For fun she likes to run, play intramural sports and hang out at the pool (well, lifeguard, but same thing).

Derek Pickell
Derek Pickell ‘20

Corona del Mar High School, Corona del Mar, CA

Major: Physics

Derek Pickell is a man of many passions. While he is majoring in physics and minoring in art, he also dabbles with music for good measure. On weekends you can find him either in the sky, in the water or in the mountains, and he may extend his tour into any of those places, so be prepared!

Gabriel Piscitello ‘20
Gabriel Piscitello ‘20

Pacific Ridge School, Carlsbad, CA (home is Encinitas, CA)

Major/Minor: Economics (major), History (minor)

Originally from Denver, Gabe spent most of his life in Southern California. When he’s not talking about Pomona, he enjoys sharing facts about his hometown (the yoga capital of the Western Hemisphere!) and his love for golden retrievers. Gabe joined the Pomona community as a sophomore transfer student from a large public university. He is a member of the Pomona Consulting Group and is currently participating in the Pomona College Internship Program (PCIP).  He also enjoys hiking, photography, skiing, discovering new coffee shops, and fancies himself an amateur food critic.

Allie Pitchon
Alexandra Pitchon ‘20

Asociación Escuelas Lincoln, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Major: International Relations

An international student from Buenos Aires, Allie is an IR major with a possible minor in Economics. A member of the Pomona College Model United Nations team, she is also a student representative on the Pomona College Curriculum Committee and a participant in the 4/7 Leadership Certificate Program. In her free time, she enjoys getting sushi with her friends in the Claremont Village and watching late night political satire to excess.

Annie Price
Anne Price ‘20

Naperville North High School, Naperville, IL

Majors: Public Policy Analysis (PPA) with a biology concentration & Neuroscience

Annie likes to re-LAX with the lacrosse team (get it?) and play with fruit flies in biology class. She occasionally hands out In-n-Out burgers at Sagehen sporting events. She also enjoys spending time outdoors, making bad memes and playing Bananagrams.

Liam Reese '18
Liam Reese '18

Wilson High School, Portland, OR

Majors: Physics & Economics

When he is not walking backward or writing up homework that was due an hour ago, Liam represents his class in Pomona's student government, plays guitar with the Pomona Musicians’ Coalition and obsesses over fonts

Elizabeth Rose '19
Elizabeth "Libby" Rose ‘19

Villa Park High School, Villa Park, CA

Majors: Neuroscience & Dance

Elizabeth is heavily involved in the dance community at Pomona as a part of the 5C dance group Groove Nation and as a regular performer in Fall and Spring Dance Concerts. When she is not in lab, Elizabeth spends her time baking Challah for Hunger, guiding tour groups and petting dogs in Claremont with her kind and loving friends!

Chilinh "CC" Rozen ‘18
Chilinh "CC" Rozen ‘18

Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School, Chevy Chase, MD

Major: Economics

Although her favorite activity on campus is unquestionably answering any and all of your questions while walking backwards, CC can also be found causing trouble at the OEC (Outdoor Education Center), mentoring (but mostly learning from) middle schoolers through the Draper Center for Community Engagement, exploring the diverse outdoor offerings of Southern California, pretending she is good at basketball, napping outside, napping inside, eating outside, eating inside, convincing others to join her in any of the aforementioned activities, getting overwhelmed/excited while

reading/watching anything related to philosophy/space, and diving into the deep waters of celebrity-feud conspiracy theory.

Harini Salgado
Harini Salgado '19

Montgomery Blair High School, Rockville, MD

Major: Computer Science

Harini is a CS major who is also kind of ruining her life by trying to complete all the pre-med requirements. When she's not in class or giving a tour, she is helping to plan Claremont Splash or TAing for CS52 (Fundamentals of CS). Whenever she has free time, Harini loves hanging out with her friends and watching way too much TV. 

Cecelia Sanborn ‘20
Cecelia Sanborn ‘20

Cate School, Carpinteria, CA (home is Summit, NJ)

Majors: Computer Science & Math

When Cecelia isn't giving tours, she's working for the Office of Alumni and Parent Engagement or serving as a mentor in the Math and Computer Science Departments. In her spare time, you can probably find her looking at memes, searching for dogs around campus, or watching the newest season of The Bachelor.  

Joseph Schafer
Joseph Schafer ‘20

Foothill High School, Pleasonton, CA

Major/Minor: Economics (major), Politics (minor)

Joseph hopes to one day run an international real estate company and later run for President. Joseph is also a proud member of the Pomona-Pitzer Men’s Water Polo Team, where he tries to stay afloat. When he is not in the pool, you can find him rewatching The Office or eating 21 Choices frozen yogurt.

Nat Serrurier ‘21
Nat Serrurier ‘21

Oregon Episcopal School, Portland, OR

Majors: Biology & Spanish

Although he is not quite sure of anything, Nat thinks he would like to major in Spanish or Biology, and is currently on a pre-health track. Outside the classroom, Nat plays on the tennis team and works at the Pomona College Art Museum. He enjoys hanging out with friends and exploring the different Claremont campuses, and is an avid fan of almond butter.        

Sara Sherburne
Sara Sherburne ‘19

Garfield High School, Seattle, WA

Majors: Environmental Analysis & Biology 

Sara plans to major in environmental analysis with a concentration in biology. In addition to playing soccer for Pomona-Pitzer, Sara works as an Eco-Rep for the Sustainability Integration Office. She enjoys going on On the Loose hiking trips, skiing the Southern California mountains and playing frisbee on the beach. Her favorite spots on campus include the Organic Farm, Marston Quad and the Motley at Scripps. Her favorite time of day is brunch.

Isabel (Izzy) Simon ‘18
Isabel "Izzy" Simon ‘18

San Francisco University High School, San Francisco, CA (home is Mill Valley, CA)

Major/Minor: Politics (major), Spanish (minor)

From the Bay Area, Izzy can be found on campus solving crossword puzzles and playing guitar in her spare time. She also loves dogs, Vine (may it rest in peace), and playing soccer. An avid intramural sports participant, she has five championship t-shirts to show for it.

Alexa Stanton ‘20
Alexa Stanton ‘20

San Francisco University High School (new home is Portsmouth, NH)

Major: Politics, Philosophy and Economics (PPE)

A San Francisco native, Alexa now lives in New Hampshire, where she spends her time cooking and complaining about the weather (below 60 degrees). She serves as a Philosophy Liaison, a Microeconomics mentor, and a member of the Judicial Board. Outside of class, you can find her debating political philosophies or, better yet, The Bachelor fan theories.

Ana Stevens
Ana Stevens ‘20

Yorktown High School, Arlington, VA

Major: Biology

Ana dances for and competes with The Claremont Colleges Ballroom Dance Company.  As event coordinator for Challah for Hunger, she enthusiastically sells challah on Fridays. Besides dancing and bread, she enjoys photography, hot chocolate and sitting in the sun.

Sarah Sundermeyer ‘21
Sarah Sundermeyer ‘21

Palo Alto High School, Palo Alto, CA  

Major: Psychology

Sarah loves exploring new hobbies and interests. Around campus, she can be found taking photos for The Student Life (TSL) newspaper, singing in choir, practicing aerial silks, planning protests with fellow students, or doing handstands in Circus Club. She has a compulsory need to pet every dog she passes, and is likely to slide into the splits at a moment's notice.

Lilleana "Lilly" Thomey ‘19
Lilleana "Lilly" Thomey ‘19

Minnehaha Academy, St. Paul, MN

Major: Biology

Lilly is a member of the Pomona-Pitzer Women's Lacrosse team, the Pomona College Wellness Peers, the Sustainability Integration Office, and a mentor for the biology department. Originally from the Twin Cities, Lilly misses the "Land of 10,000 Lakes," along with her dogs Ruby and Sadie, but loves the endless beaches and beautiful hikes of southern California. Lilly looks forward to the next two years at Pomona College with even more chances to explore unknown parts of California. 

Nick Timms ‘21
Nick Timms ‘21

Walter Payton College Preparatory High School, Chicago, IL       

Major: International Relations or Public Policy Analysis (PPA)

Without a doubt, some of Nick’s favorite pastimes include gazing at the mountains for an hour straight or walking around campus playing music from the side of his book bag. You’ll usually find him in shorts, flip flops and a t-shirt on any given occasion (except on tours). He’s a member of the Pomona-Pitzer Track & Field Team and Building Leaders on Campus (BLOC), and intends to join an a cappella group next year and to become a sponsor. If you see him staring into the sky, don’t be alarmed: he’s either looking at the planes he admires or is in deep contemplation of something... or nothing. Who knows?

Brandon Tran
Brandon Tran '21

Adrian C. Wilcox High School, Santa Clara, CA

Major: Math

Coffee is Brandon's best friend through thick and thin: It aids in his battles against the theoretical problems thrown his way in math, supplements his time with friends, and calms him during even the most stressful weeks of the semester. Coffee also helps him plan FoRCES meetings, a club committed to bringing representation to minorities in STEM, as well as integrating these issues with the humanities to bring about accurate, relevant change in the world. You won't get lost on his tours; just follow the trailing scent of coffee.

Daziah Turner ‘21
Daziah Turner ‘21

North College Hill High School, Cincinnati, OH

Major/Minor: Computer Science (major), Spanish (minor)

A prospective computer science major, Daziah possesses a love for the Spanish language and culture. She takes free cello lessons on campus, works as a member of the Campus Center for Audio/Visual Event Services, and tutors high school students in math and Spanish.  When not working, she enjoys socializing and making new friends around the Claremont Colleges.

Emma Vorenberg
Emma Vorenberg ‘20

Barrington High School, Barrington, RI

Major: Linguistics

Emma plans to major in linguistics and minor in politics. A lover of languages, she lives in Oldenborg Hall (a foreign language center) and works as an Arabic tutor as well as a research assistant in the French department. She is currently interning at a nonprofit organization in Pasadena through the Pomona College Internship Program. When not giving tours, she enjoys going to the gym, playing guitar and power napping.

Bryce Wachtell ‘21
Bryce Wachtell ‘21

Choate Rosemary Hall, Wallingford, CT (home is Boise, ID)      

Major: Undeclared

Bryce is interested in the social sciences but remains undecided on his major. He currently writes for the Claremont Journal of Law and Public Policy, and was previously a news staff reporter for The Student Life (TSL) newspaper. He can be found hanging around Skyspace or napping on Marston Quad most days, and he never misses brunch at Frank Dining Hall or an opportunity to pet/hold/snuggle a dog.

Linda Wen
Yilin "Linda" Wen ‘20

Chengdu Foreign Languages School, Chengdu, Sichuan, China

Major: Linguistics

A volunteer for the Learning in Collaboration program at The Draper Center for Community  Partnerships, Linda is in charge of tutoring fourth graders in math at a local elementary school. She loves to have lunch at the Oldenborg Center for Modern Languages and make friends at the Chinese, Spanish and French tables. During her free time, she likes to watch soccer games with friends or hop on a train to explore Los Angeles.

Ross Wollman ‘18
Ross Wollman ‘18

Weston High School, Weston, CT          

Major: Computer Science

Originally from a small Connecticut town, Ross enjoys mentoring students in Computer Science courses and working as a Stage Manager for the Department of Theatre and Dance. You may spot him juggling with fellow tour guide Jack Gomberg during 5Circus Club meetings (or, more than likely, you may spot him picking up dropped juggling clubs)!

Sabrina Wong ‘20
Sabrina Wong ‘20

Choate Rosemary Hall, Wallingford, CT (home is Weston, MA)

Major: Undeclared

Sabrina is a prospective Psychology and Economics double major. When not tour guiding, she can be found hanging out with friends or working in the Psychology department library. On the weekends, she often hops the train to L.A. and explores new restaurants.

Laura Zhang '19
Laura Zhang ‘19

Conestoga High School, Berwyn, PA

Major: Cognitive Science

Laura is very much undecided about her potential major but is currently considering neuroscience or cognitive science (or both!) and pre-health, but she could also be swayed towards public policy analysis and psychology. Laura has run for the Pomona-Pitzer Women's Cross Country team; become an On the Loose leader, tour guide, and residential sponsor; and explored tons of great hikes around Southern California. She has also garnered a newfound obsession with corgis and met amazing people who support her obsession 120%—just another sign that Pomona was the place where she was meant to be.

Yuxin "Hans" Zhou ‘20
Yuxin "Hans" Zhou ‘20

St. Mark’s School, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China

Majors: Environmental Analysis & Classics

Hans is a sponsor in Lyon who enjoys getting a London Fog (Early Grey latté) and studying at the Motley Coffeehouse on Scripps’s campus. When not in class, he can be found perfecting his ballroom dancing techniques. He also loves exploring museums and food in L.A. and going on outdoor adventures.