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Annie Han

My name is Annie, and I am a senior at Duke! I majored in Economics and Psychology, and while I have found those to be really interesting, I think my favorite classes focused more on linguistics and language's impact on our mental structures. The best part of my Duke experience has been meeting friends who I truly value and get to have fantastic experiences and conversations with. I also love thrifting, fashion, and crafting!

L's Taken

"Thank you for applying but..."

Things I thought I'd finish but never did

Everyday L's of life

On the Bright Side

Memories I made when I wasn't working/studying

  • Taylor Swift

Things I've learned that will still matter in 10 years

  • Taylor Swift

10

TV shows, movies, and books I've enjoyed

  • Pride & Prejudice (2005)

  • 10 Things I Hate About You (1999)

  • The Red Shoes (1948)

  • Look at You: Taylor Tomlinson (2022)

  • Sex Lives of College Girls (2021)

  • Gilmore Girls

  • Crying in H-Mart by Michelle Zauner (from Japanese Breakfast)

  • Writers & Lovers by Lily King

  • The Joy Luck Club by Amy Tan

  • Brief Interviews with Hideous Men by David Foster Wallace

Things I'm proud of that you won't see on my resume

Things I want to get better at

Things I'm looking forward to in the future

6

Small joys in my life

  • Spontaneous deep conversations until 3am

  • Randomly bumping into friends without planning

  • Thrifting clothes and having them fit you perfectly

  • Making the right amount of pasta without measuring

  • Codes working on the first try

  • Class getting canceled at the last minute

Obstacles I have overcome

Things I've done that pushed me out of my comfort zone

Failures that seemed like the end of the world back then but don't matter in hindsight

Ways I take care of myself

5

Unconventional skills

  • Sewing (kinda)

  • Paper quilling

  • Mediocre clarinet-playing

  • Amateur masseuse

  • Exquisite packer/organizer

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Their own category!

  • Plan your joy- its something I heard Michelle Obama say. It's really easy to plan your work day, but its important to plan your joy- it makes you work harder and gives you things to look forward to. This advice has really helped me in college.

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