My name is Hannah Song, a sophomore at the College. Right now, my intended majors are International Relations and Chinese. I was born in Seoul, South Korea, but I spent most of my time in Arlington, Texas. It’s an honor for me to be a part of ISAB and serve as a student representative.
Currently in W&M, I am in the International Relations Club (IRC), and the Korean-American Student Association (KASA). Through these kind of activities and commitments, I feel I can understand the common issue that international students have on this campus. I believe ISAB members are the connection between the Reves Center and their role is to diminish the gap and issues between students and administrative staff. My goal is to be a good listener to everyone so no one will feel their problems and issues are neglected. I would like to learn more about the distinct cultures and traditions of other countries and I will try my best to be more demonstrative for the campus.