Name: Malaika Hankins
Hometown: New Orleans, LA
Living on campus is great because I never feel out of touch. – M.H.
Carolina students encourage me to constantly be on top of my game. – M.H.
There aren’t a lot of places where you can earn a teaching license and major in science. – M.H.
Everyone here is not just a top student, but a top human being. – M.H.
Fellow RA Alex Hamilton is helping develop Cobb’s official dorm dance: The Cobble.
Met Diana Nguyen at a Tar Heel Outreach Program meeting about bringing elementary kids to campus for a day to give them an early preview of what college is like. Great idea, right?
Candace Howze is a junior Journalism major who turned out to be Malaika’s second cousin.
Junior Amber Gautam is good company, “even when you’re capsizing a sailboat.” (Long story.)
Stone Center Library holds dual titles as Best Place to Study and Best Place to Sleep Between Studying.
Cobb resident/ace baker Amy Tsai makes good conversation and “perfect” milk- and white-chocolate muffins.
Poli-Sci major and Durham native Seth Rose can talk education reform for hours.
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