I’m Jarrod and I’m a rising junior (it’s complicated) in the UHP. I’m an International Affairs major with a concentration in international politics. So if you ever want to talk about politics, global or domestic, I’m your guy. I’m from Boca Raton, Florida, (which for some reason translates to Rat’s Mouth) and it happens to be the city where Mitt Romney complained about those “47% of Americans.” I’m currently a member of the Pre-Law Student Association alongside Zach Sanders, as we both serve as Editors-In-Chief of GW’s Undergraduate Law Review. I’m also in the pre-law fraternity, Phi Alpha Delta, along with a social fraternity that I love, Delta Tau Delta. In addition, I’m a member of the International Affairs Society and I’m the Summer Coordinator for the Honors Peer Advisors. I’ll let you know when I know what that means.
The Honors Program is my favorite part of the GW experience. I especially Humanitarianism where I figured out that Syria has a bunch of problems, and both semesters of Origins with Professor Ralkowski, especially his class “Death of God.” The discussions were always fascinating and never heated. However, I did learn to never bring up the class “Death of God” at a Passover Seder. Oops.
Finally, I’m an amateur screenwriter who wrote a pilot for sitcom. You’ll find enough funny stuff happens at GW to provide an episode’s worth of laughs.
Also, if you type in “Hispanic-looking Jew looking for love in a big city,” I SHOULD show up first on Google.
Preferred Advising Topics: scheduling, four year plans, how to deal with God’s death, television.