MaryAnne A. is a fourth-year undergraduate at the University of Rochester in New York where she’s currently studying biomedical engineering.
MaryAnne also works as a peer advisor, tutor, and research assistant. For this issue, MaryAnne reviewed the app Simple Habit.
If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go and why?
I’d like to go to Florence, Italy, just for the art and architecture. I kind of fell in love with Florence through the imagery in Dan Brown’s Robert Langdon books, and I’m pretty sure I was an artist in a previous life. Next stop would be Vatican City. It would be so epic to celebrate mass at least once in St. Peter’s Basilica.
What’s something quirky or unusual about yourself?
I’m a huge indie rock fan; I love Florence and the Machine and Hozier, and I have the odd habit of playing Breath of Life on blast when I’m walking outside in the snow. Also, clusters of small holes freak me out. (Trypophobia is real, people!)
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