Emily Pérez is a member of the class of 2023 in the Comparative Literature department studying Spanish and French, with certificates in Humanistic Studies, Values and Public Life, and Spanish. She was born in Costa Rica, but now lives in the mountains of Tennessee. Outside of Mellon Mays, she serves as an officer for the Princeton Christian Fellowship and as a Residential College Advisor for Rockefeller College. She wrote her junior paper on Costa Rican trickster folklore and is interested in pursuing this theme in her senior thesis as well.
Concentration: Comparative Literature