Meet Our Tour Guides

Trinity's tour guides are a group of highly motivated students who are selected to represent the College.  We are very proud of our tour guides and have used the page below to expand on their talents, interests, and involvement here at Trinity. 



Dayana (DeeDee) Aleksandrova

Sofia, Bulgaria
Class of 2015
dayana.aleksandrova@trincoll.edu

High school: The Sant Bani School
Majors: Political Science; Hispanic Studies
Favorite class taken at Trinity:
“Iberian Culture I”
Favorite professor at Trinity: Professor Van Ginhoven Rey
Why I chose Trinity: One of the many features that I found compelling about Trinity was the small class size and student body population. Having graduated from a very small high school, I was looking for personal attention in class, helpful professors, and an academically-stimulating environment. A visit in the spring only convinced me further; Trinity’s campus in full bloom was absolutely stunning.
Extracurricular activities: PRAXIS, Office of Advancement and Communications, Little Sister/Big Sister Mentoring Program
What I love most about Trinity: The small class size and friendly professors. Trinity provides countless options to get involved on campus and to explore interests you never thought you had before.
Professional goals/career plans: My goal is to get involved with the hospitality industry. Specifically, I would love to work in hotel and restaurant management.




Nardos Bekele
Dallas, TX
Class of 2014
nardos.bekele@trincoll.edu
​High school: Richardson High School
Major: Public Policy and Law
Favorite class taken at Trinity: “Law, Argument and Public Policy”
Favorite professor at Trinity: Professor Raymond Baker
Why I chose Trinity: The campus size provides the basis for intimate interaction between both students and professors, and the liberal arts education allows students to attain an interdisciplinary education.
Extracurricular activities: Trinity College Black Women’s Organization
What I love most about Trinity: The incredible faculty. The professors here not only take great interest in their respective fields of study, but also in their students. I never thought I would formulate such strong bonds with the faculty, and I am so glad I have.
Professional goals/career plans: After graduation, I plan on going to law school.

Erik Bloomquist

Newington, CT
Class of 2014
erik.bloomquist@trincoll.edu

High School: Newington High School
Major: Theater and Dance
Favorite class taken at Trinity: “Improve Theater and Social Change”
Favorite professor at Trinity: Professor Nancy Wyshinski
Why I chose Trinity: Trinity offers the intangible. The beautiful campus, devoted faculty and staff, and interesting courses make this place special. I arrived at Trinity late, as a transfer student, and I know that it’s the place that I’m supposed to be.
Extracurricular activities: First-Year Orientation Committee, Public Speaking Contest Winner 2011, “Dancing with the TrinStars” Winner 2011, Various shows with the Theater and Dance department, Volunteering at Cinestudio, entered films in the “Trinity Film Festival,” Director/Choreographer of “RENT: the Musical” in fall 2012
What I love most about Trinity: The beautiful campus and all of the social, academic, and professional opportunities afforded to me.
Professional goals/career plans: I plan to pursue a career as a performer and director in theater and film.




Bobby Boyle

Duxbury, MA
Class of 2016
robert.boyle@trincoll.edu
High school: Duxbury High School
Major: Undecided (Psychology or Public Policy and Law intended)
Favorite class taken at Trinity: “Introduction to Law”
Favorite professor at Trinity: Professor Kari Theurer
Why I chose Trinity: I chose Trinity because I came from a small high school where I really got to know my teachers, and I wanted to find a school where I could keep those close relationships with professors.
Extracurricular activities: Varsity football, First-Year Resident Assistant
What I love most about Trinity: I love the sense of community and the people who go to Trinity the most.
Professional goals/career plans: I hope to attend law school following graduation.








Fiona Brennan

Irvington, NY
Class of 2015
fiona.brennan@trincoll.edu
High school: Irvington High School
Majors: Art History; Public Policy & Law
Favorite classes taken at Trinity: “Picasso and Contemporary Art” and “Argument and Public Policy”
Favorite professor at Trinity: Edward Cabot
Why I chose Trinity: I loved the great balance between social life and academics. I was also attracted to the small class sizes.
Extracurricular activities: My most meaningful extracurricular activity is the Trinity College Trinitones. This group is one of the all-female, student run a cappella groups on campus.
What I love most about Trinity: The amazing, accomplished professors make for a really special academic experience. Also, the quad in the spring is really beautiful!
Professional goals/career plans:  I hope to one day work in the business of either fine art or fashion.

Ethan Cantor
Fairfield, CT
Class of 2016

ethan.cantor@trincoll.edu
 

High school: Fairfield Warde High School
Major: Public Policy and Law
Minor: Urban Studies
Favorite class taken at Trinity: “Law, Argument & Public Policy”
Favorite professor at Trinity: Professor Sean Cocco
Why I chose Trinity: I knew of Trinity’s reputation for a stellar educational experience coupled with a culture of active student life, both of which I wanted to be a part of. Going to a small liberal arts college in a city was also unique, and everything about the school made it feel like home.
Extracurricular activities: Trinity College Mock Trial Team, Trinity College Hillel
What I love most about Trinity: The phenomenal professors are responsible for much of my academic growth in college. Ranging from published authors to seasoned public advocates, federal judges to executive economic advisors, I have learned so much from these teachers. Getting to know my professors outside of the classroom has made them role models to me.
Professional goals/career plans: I hope to work inside or with government on one of the policy issues that I am most passionate about.


James D. Cescon

Montreal, QC
Class of 2016
james.cescon@trincoll.edu
High school: St. Mark’s School, Phillips Academy Andover (PG)
Major: Neuroscience (intended)
Minor: Public Policy and Law (intended)
Favorite class taken at Trinity: “Introduction to Law”
Favorite professor at Trinity: Judge Thomas P. Smith
Why I chose Trinity: I chose Trinity because I sought a small liberal arts college where I could pursue several of my interests simultaneously, while also allowing myself time to discover what it is that truly interests me. Also, being in a major city and the capital of the state of Connecticut, Trinity can offer unique opportunities to its students, in many fields, that would otherwise not be possible.
Extracurricular activities: Honor Council, Men’s Club Ice Hockey, Trinity College Golf Club, Relay for Life
What I love most about Trinity: I love that Trinity can offer all the benefits of a large school, while also providing its students with a tight knit community, small class size, and close relationships with professors
Professional goals/career plans: I hope to attend medical school and earn an MD after graduating from Trinity.
Jared Cotton
Trenton, NJ
Class of 2015
jared.cotton@trincoll.edu
​High school: The Hun School of Princeton
Major: Biology
Favorite class taken at Trinity:  “The Process of Discovery” through the Interdisciplinary Science Program
Favorite professors at Trinity: Professor Daniel Blackburn and Professor Alison Draper
Why I chose Trinity:  I chose Trinity because of the rigorous science program and the tremendous opportunities available to first years in the sciences. For example, the opportunities for research really impressed me. Also I chose Trinity because it’s a small college and I really value personal attention in my college experience.
Extracurricular activities:  F.I.S.T, M.O.C.A, Club lax, Trinity College Boys and Girls club, and Biology club
What I love most about Trinity: That’s an easy question for me to answer: the people! Trinity students are by far some of the most interesting people around, and I really love getting to know my peers.
Professional goals/career plans:  After I graduate from Trinity, I hope to pursue a graduate degree. I’d love to get either an MD or an MBA.
Emma Currier
Bedford, MA
Class of 2016
emma.currier@trincoll.edu
​High school: Bedford High School
Major: Economics; Public Policy
Favorite class taken at Trinity: “Introduction to Urban Studies”
Favorite professor at Trinity: Professor Garth Myers
Why I chose Trinity: I appreciated the fact that Trinity’s professors know their students and truly care about their education.
Extracurricular activities: Amnesty International, 4legs, the Kennelly Mentoring Program, PreLaw Society, WGRAC, and the Honor Council.
What I love most about Trinity: I love Trinity’s community. I feel like the campus community is small enough that I’m always running into people I know, but big enough that I’m always meeting new and interesting people.
Professional goals/career plans: After I graduate, I hope to continue toward my goal of becoming a Supreme Court Justice.

Kathryn Durkin
Westport, CT
Class of 2015
kathryn.durkin@trincoll.edu
​High school: Staples High School
Major: Psychology
Minor: Music
Favorite class taken at Trinity: “Jazz: 1900-Present”
Favorite professor at Trinity: Professor Kris Allen
Why I chose Trinity: I knew that I wanted a small liberal arts college that was not too close or too far from home.  Trinity was ideal in that sense, and drew me in further with its unique approach to theater, being split between both the Theater and Dance and Music departments.
Extracurricular activities: The Trinity College Trinitones (all-female a cappella group), musicals, Upperclassmen Resident Assistant
What I love most about Trinity: Students here get very involved in extracurricular activities, which is supported by the incredible number of clubs and groups on campus, despite our small size.  I love that interesting, driven people go to this school and are able to have huge roles in an organization as soon as freshman year.
Professional goals/career plans: I’ve recently realized that I have absolutely no idea what I want to do with my life, but I’m going to spend the rest of my time at Trinity figuring it out!

Maggie Gibson

Manhattan, NY
Class of 2016
maggie.gibson@trincoll.edu
​High school: Friends Seminary   
Majors: Public Policy and Law; Anthropology (intended)
Favorite class taken at Trinity: “Introduction to Cultural Anthropology”
Favorite professor at Trinity: Professor Rebecca Beebe
Why I chose Trinity: The beautiful campus felt like the perfect place to spend four years. I was impressed by the many different academic programs offered in addition to a wide range of extracurricular activities.  Trinity also has a large study abroad program, which is something that was important to me.
Extracurricular activities: Trinity College Trinitones (all-female a cappella group), Theater and Dance Department productions, Newman Club
What I love most about Trinity: The community at Trinity is unlike that of any other school. There is a solidarity among Trinity students that creates a wonderful atmosphere. Trinity students are involved with the school both on and off campus.  The size of the school is perfect because you can create meaningful relationships with students and professors while still meeting new people.
Professional goals/career plans: I would like to pursue a career in marketing, public relations, or communications.

Taniqua Huguley

Queens, New York
Class Of 2015
taniqua.huguley@trincoll.edu
High School: High School for Law Enforcement and Public Safety
Major: Sociology
Minor: Legal Studies
Favorite class taken at Trinity: “Law, Argument, and Public Policy”
Favorite professor at Trinity: Professor Johnny Williams
Why I chose Trinity: Trinity offers a variety of classes for my major and minor.  I can also explore a vast amount of courses outside my interest.
Extracurricular activities: Intern, Admissions Multicultural Recruitment Team; Intern, Office of Multicultural Affairs; President, Trinity College Black Women's Organization (TCBWO); President; Trinity College Without Borders/ Students Who Achieve Greatness (SWAG)- mentoring kids in local schools
What I love most about Trinity: I love the variety of classes and activities. I especially enjoy the cultural houses and the events held by all of the cultural organizations.
Professional goals/career plans: After college, I plan to attend law school and become a Juvenile Justice attorney.
​Paloma N. Irizarry
Bethlehem, PA
Class of 2014
paloma.irizarry@trincoll.edu
​High school: Bethlehem Catholic High School
Majors: Theater and Dance; Music
Favorite class taken at Trinity: “Performance Art”
Favorite professor at Trinity: Professor Mitch Polin
Why I chose Trinity: I knew the small classes would help with the transition from high school to college. I had also been visiting Trinity for as long as I can remember because my two sisters graduated from Trinity College. The campus is beautiful and I knew how much my sisters enjoyed their time at Trinity.
Extracurricular activities: The Trinity College Pipes (co-ed a cappella group), Trinity College Women’s Ruby Football Club
What I love most about Trinity: The amazing students, beautiful campus, and knowing that your professors really care about you and want you to succeed.
Professional goals/career plans: After Trinity I plan on continuing my studies and becoming a theater professor.
Connor A. Jacobson
Sudbury, MA
Class of 2015
connor.jacobson@trincoll.edu
​High school: Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School
Major: Neuroscience
Minor: Hispanic Studies
Favorite class taken at Trinity: “Animal Behavior”
Favorite professor at Trinity: Professor Chris Swart
Why I chose Trinity: The most important aspect of Trinity was the size and availability of faculty. I realized that I need to take classes in which the professor will be able to help me if I am having any issues or problems with what we are learning in class. That being said, a relationship with a professor, as opposed to TA’s and SI’s was important to me. With Trinity’s impressive student to faculty ratio, I knew that having classes tailored to my interests and needs would be, and has been, the most beneficial to me.
Extracurricular activities: President of Trinity College Hillel House, President of Trinity Men’s Club Soccer team, ConnectiKids Mentoring program
What I love most about Trinity: Other than the breadth of classes in my interested fields, Trinity has an amazing athletic program. Since I’ve been here, I have realized that Trinity has the school spirit and flair of larger universities with the intimate setting of a small New England liberal arts college. When the quad and fields fill up with friends and peers, and alumni come to watch our teams compete, there is little to no comparison as to how proud I am to be a Bantam.
Professional goals/career plans: My goal is to own a veterinarian practice or work in the pharmaceuticals industry analyzing pharmaceuticals and the neurological—both mental and physical—side effects certain drugs have on people and why.

Emily Kauls

North Oaks, MN
Class of 2015
emily.kauls@trincoll.edu
​High school: Mounds View High School
Major: Economics
Favorite class taken at Trinity: “Industrial Organization”
Favorite professor at Trinity: Professor Arthur Schneider
Why I chose Trinity: Right when I stepped on campus, I fell in love with the school. I could tell the academic environment was a challenging yet nurturing one, and I really liked all the opportunities I saw for students to get involved in their surrounding community.
Extracurricular activities: Women’s varsity basketball, Habitat for Humanity
What I love most about Trinity: I love so much about Trinity; in particular, I love the amazing professors and interesting classes I have had a chance to take while being a student here. There are so many wonderful people in the Trinity community, and I have truly enjoyed being a part of it.
Professional goals/career plans: I plan to pursue a career in finance or business after graduation.

Phoebe Lasky

Chatham, NY
Class of 2014
phoebe.lasky@trincoll.edu
High school: Chatham High School
Majors: International Studies; Hispanic Studies
Favorite class taken at Trinity: “Modern India” with Professor Vijay Prashad
Favorite professor at Trinity: Professor Thomas Harrington and Professor Rebecca Beebe
Why I chose Trinity: I chose Trinity because of its small class sizes, beautiful campus, and study abroad opportunities.
Extracurricular activities: ConnectiKids mentoring program, Trinity-in-Barcelona Spring 2013
What I love most about Trinity: Trinity professors teach in a way that is designed to make you want to do the reading and write the papers for class.  Trinity thrives on discovering what strikes you intellectually and how you can further your passions. This drive to improve the student’s education and to challenge them on a daily basis shows how the entire student body loves to learn and the professors love to enhance their learning experiences.
Professional goals/career plans: I hope to be able to travel and work after college before going to graduate school to continue my studies in Spanish.

Shaina Lo

Fitchburg, MA
Class of 2015
shaina.lo@trincoll.edu
​High School: Bancroft School
Major: Environmental Science (Intended)
Minor: Urban Studies (Intended)
Favorite class taken at Trinity: “Dangerous Decisions or Cheerful Choices”
Favorite professor at Trinity: Professor Rachael Barlow
Why I chose Trinity: I had heard many good things, especially about the professors and the extensive alumni network that really attracted me to come here.
Extracurricular activities: Multicultural Recruit Intern, Best Buddies Mentor, member of Student Health Advisory Council, student worker at Office of International Programs
What I love most about Trinity: Trinity has given me so many opportunities that I never expected I would get to experience. It has allowed me to travel to Asia this past summer and to explore my interests!
Professional goals/career plans: My plans are to work in a big city with organizations or in work settings etc. to become more environmental friendly.

Kiely MacMahon

Middleburg, VA
Class of 2015
kiely.macmahon@trincoll.edu
​High school:  The Hill School
Major:  English (Creative Writing), French/German
Favorite class taken at Trinity:  “The Novella”
Favorite professor at Trinity: Professor Karen Humphreys
Why I chose Trinity:  I was looking for small class sizes and a variety of courses available out of my majors. I also sought out an urban environment, but one that still provides the intimacy of a campus. Trinity seemed to offer all the things I was looking for in a school.
Extracurricular activities: Women’s Rowing, Slate Literary Magazine
What I love most about Trinity: I love that the Trinity community, made of students and faculty and staff, is so tight-knit.
Professional goals/career plans:  I’d like to professionally write in some outlet, and potentially attend graduate school.

Francesca Marino

Wakefield, MA
Class of 2016
francesca.marino@trincoll.edu
​High school: Wakefield Memorial High School
Major: Undecided
Favorite class taken at Trinity: “Cellular Basis of Life”
Favorite professor at Trinity: Professor Michael O’Donnell
Why I chose Trinity: I chose Trinity because it embodied all of the qualities I was looking for in a college. I was unsure of what I would major in, so I knew that I wanted a small, liberal arts school. I was also drawn to Trinity’s sense of community and the unlimited number of ways for students to get involved both on campus and in Hartford.
Extracurricular activities: Student Government Association, Trinity College Running Club, Trinity College Boxing Club, Hall Council
What I love most about Trinity: What I love most about Trinity are the opportunities it gives to students. There are so many different courses to take and ways to get involved.
Professional goals/career plans: I still haven’t decided my major, but think it would be interesting to do research on Alzheimer’s disease.

Meredith Munro

Spring Lake, NJ
Class of 2015
meredith.munro@trincoll.edu
​High school: St. Rose High School
Major: Public Policy and Law
Favorite class taken at Trinity: “Law, Argument, and Public Policy”
Favorite professor at Trinity: Professor Edward Cabot
Why I chose Trinity: I loved the size of the school and the fact that so many students were engaged in extracurricular activities. I really wanted to have relationships with my professors and be more than just a number—at Trinity, that’s the reality. Of course, I loved the beautiful campus, too!
Extracurricular activities: Trinity College Mock Trial Team, The Trinity College Quirks (all-female a cappella group), Austin Arts Costume Shop, Theater and Dance Department, Trinity at Kennelly Mentoring Program.
What I love most about Trinity: I really love the size of the school and the accessibility to so many groups and clubs on campus. I have really enjoyed the organizations I have joined; I’ve met so many wonderful people through these groups.
Professional goals/career plans: After graduating from Trinity, I hope to attend law school.

Brian Nance

Rocky Hill, CT
Class of 2016
brian.nance@trincoll.edu
​High school: The Loomis Chaffee School
Major: Undeclared
Favorite class taken at Trinity:  “Law, Argument, and Public Policy”
Favorite professor at Trinity: Professor Jo Wang
Why I chose Trinity: I chose Trinity because I knew I wanted a liberal arts college with a challenging curriculum where I would be able to experience various opportunities that would aid me in identifying what I want to do in life.
Extracurricular activities: Football Player, Mentor to four McDonough Expeditionary Learning School students, March of Dimes Crossfit Competition volunteer, Tour Guide
What I love most about Trinity: There is so much to love about Trinity. What stands out the most is the college’s true sense of community and welcoming atmosphere.
Professional goals/career plans: My future plans include continuing my studies in attaining a JD and working with a government agency.
Caroline Nolan
Rye, NY
Class of 2014
caroline.nolan@trincoll.edu
​High school: Rye High School
Major: Political Science
Favorite class taken at Trinity: “History of the 1960s”
Favorite professor at Trinity: Professor Arthur Schneider
Why I chose Trinity: Since my first day of my first year, I knew Trinity was the perfect choice for me.  Trinity not only gives students a gorgeous campus with countless things to keep them busy, but also provides amazing off-campus opportunities like assistant teaching roles at surrounding public schools or internships at the state capital.  Academically, every professor makes him or herself easily available to students, which creates supportive and lasting relationships between professors and students.
Extracurricular activities:  First-Year Mentor, Kennelly Mentoring, Cinestudio, Do-It-Day, assistant teaching in the Hartford Public School System
What I love most about Trinity: The small class sizes and abundance of opportunities to meet new people and get involved on and off campus.
Professional goals/career plans: I hope to become a children’s speech therapist.
Courtney Roach
Brooklyn, NY
Class of 2016
courtney.roach@trincoll.edu
High school: The Berkeley Carroll School
Major: Economics
Favorite class taken at Trinity:  “The History of Human Rights in Latin America and the Caribbean”
Favorite professor at Trinity: Professor Carol Clark
Why I chose Trinity: I knew I wanted to be more than just one face in a large classroom and, being a city girl, I knew I wanted my school to be located in a city. I chose to attend Trinity because I wanted to go to a small liberal-arts college located in a city that also allowed me to specialize in the sciences, and Trinity met all of those criteria.
Extracurricular activities: Social chair of Trinity College Black Women Origination (TCBWO), intern for the Multicultural Recruitment Team, Trinity College’s Ensemble program.
What I love most about Trinity: I love how tightknit the Trinity community is.
Professional goals/career plans: After I graduate, I plan on going to business school while studying to become a licensed actuarial scientist.  My dream is to someday start a non- profit that helps and encourages underprivileged city youth to get the well-rounded education so that they can attend prestigious colleges like Trinity.

Omari Roberts

Chicago, IL
Class of 2015
omari.roberts@trincoll.edu
​High School: Williams Prep. School of Medicine (DuSable Campus)
Major: Undecided
Favorite class taken at Trinity: “Issues of Energy, Society and Environment”
Favorite professor at Trinity: Professor Michael Preston and Professor Barbara Karger
Why I chose Trinity: I chose Trinity because I was awarded the prestigious Posse leadership scholarship. I was attracted to Trinity because of the resources available and the highly esteemed reputation that is represented with a Trinity College education.
Extracurricular activities: Acting, singing, and helping out members of the Trinity community in any way that I can
What I love most about Trinity: My support system on campus is what I love most about Trinity College.
Professional goals/career plans: I want to serve others. I have not fully discovered in what specific capacity I will execute this goal but this is my ultimate goal. I seek any positive opportunity that comes my way because I feel that I never know where it might land me.
Katherine Rorer
Buckingham, PA
Class of 2015
katherine.rorer@trincoll.edu
High school: Central Bucks East High School
Major: Psychology
Minor: Writing, Rhetoric, and Media Studies
Favorite class taken at Trinity: “The Sociology of Social Class and Mobility”
Favorite professor at Trinity: Professor Laura Holt
Why I chose Trinity: I chose Trinity because I knew I wanted to go to a small liberal arts college with an excellent reputation; Trinity fit that description perfectly. I wanted to go to a school where I could become very involved in a variety of extracurricular activities, and form close bonds with my professors and peers, and that is exactly what Trinity has done for me.
Extracurricular activities: Trinity College Mock Trial Team, Barnyard Entertainment, ConnectiKids Mentoring Program
What I love most about Trinity: I love that Trinity has a very tight-knit community that makes you feel comfortable and right at home. I love being able to say “hi” to my friends as I walk down the Long Walk.  I think it makes for a wonderful college experience.
Professional goals/career plans: I hope to go right into the workforce after college. After I have worked for a little while, I hope to attend business school so that I can enter the marketing or advertising industry.
Marisol Salaman
Port Washington, NY
Class of 2016
marisol.salaman@trincoll.edu
​High school: Sacred Heart Academy
Major: English (Literature)
Minor: Hispanic Studies
Favorite class taken at Trinity: My First-Year Seminar called “Literature for the 99%”
Favorite professor at Trinity: Professor Christopher Hager
Why I chose Trinity: Actually, I chose Trinity because of the tour guide I had. She had great enthusiasm and love for the school, which I wanted to experience. I love Trinity’s small student body because it allows me to connect on a deeper level with fellow classmates and even my professors.
Extracurricular activities: Writer for 4legs, Amnesty International, co-founder of Trinity College GNEPSA (Great New England Public Schools Alliance)
What I love most about Trinity: I love the size of Trinity and how I am not just “a number” to my professors. My professors personally know their students and vice versa. I really love Trinity and could not imagine attending another school.
Professional goals/career plans: I plan on moving into New York City and becoming a fashion editor.
Youlan Xiu
Harvard, MA
Class of 2015
youlan.xiu@trincoll.edu
​High school: The Bromfield School
Major: Public Policy and Law
Minor: English (intended)
Favorite class taken at Trinity: “Race, Racism, and Philosophy”
Favorite professor at Trinity: Professor Okey Ndibe
Why I chose Trinity: When I visited Trinity for the first time, I saw and talked to students who were involved in so many different and interesting activities. Other schools on my list couldn’t beat the intimate class settings or truly liberal arts curriculum. I wanted to come to a place where I could see myself being happy, balancing learning, thinking, and having fun all at the same time. I chose Trinity because I trusted that I could do all those things here, with the help of the staff, administrators, and my peers.
Extracurricular activities: Trinity College Mock Trial Team, Austin Arts Center Costume Shop Design Assistant
What I love most about Trinity: Being able to really get to know your classmates. Because seminar style classes are so small, you really get to know who you’re sitting next to.
Professional goals/career plans: After I graduate, I plan to go to law school.