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Pearl Dalla

Major(s): Neuroscience, Cognitive Studies, and Philosophy

Diversity to me means having representation for all walks of life, from race to sexual orientation to socioeconomic levels and so forth. Representation matters. Seeing people who look like you excel matters because not being included in that narrative makes opportunities feel inaccessible otherwise. Living in New Orleans has helped me with more tangible experiences and examples of the intersectionality of diversity.

Anna Mattamana

Major: Finance

The diverse heritage of the city coupled with its diverse population is what makes New Orleans the quirky and unique city it is. I have seen forms of inclusion and acceptance in this city that I have never witnessed before in my life. Interacting with people of different backgrounds brings new information to the table and helps facilitate collaboration. This exposure will better prepare me for the future and better me as a person.

Angel Carter

Major(s): Anthropology w/ a Pre-Med Track
Minor(s): Cell and Molecular Biology and Theater

My experiences at Tulane will impact me beyond my years here. Being at Tulane has pushed me to learn more about other people's cultures and identities. I will continue appreciating people for who they are or who they choose to be and advocate for what I believe in. I have become more appreciative and unapologetic of the culture that I belong to. Living in New Orleans has inspired me to push for a more diverse student body at Tulane.

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