Staff Writer Profiles: Tova Shmulewitz

By: Tova Shmulewitz  |  May 25, 2021
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By Bina Davidson on behalf Features Staff

Each month, the YU Observer aims to highlight some of the YU undergraduate students who have written articles for us over the course of the semester. For the May edition, the YU Observer is highlighting Tova Shmulewitz.

Name: Tova Shmulewitz      

College: Stern College for Women

Major: Political Science

Year: Junior

Where are you for the COVID-19 pandemic? With Whom?: I was home in London, England, with my family. I’m now living on the Beren campus in NYC.

Currently reading: “Becoming Kim Jong Un” by Jung H. Pak

Currently watching: Zoom class recordings   

Currently listening to: My favourite oldies playlist!

Favorite way to social distance with friends: Walks

Any cool things you’ve done/hobbies you’ve picked up over the COVID-19 pandemic?: nah

What do you miss most about your pre-COVID-19 life?: Walking outdoors without my glasses getting fogged up.

What is your favorite thing about YU?: Shabbat!

What’s a quote/thought/or piece of advice you have for your fellow students?: no ragrets

 

Read her past articles here:

https://yuobserver.org/2021/04/lightning-in-the-arctic/ 

https://yuobserver.org/2021/02/where-have-all-the-insects-gone/ 

https://yuobserver.org/2020/11/useful-inventions-throughout-history-the-copy-and-paste-technique/ 

https://yuobserver.org/2020/03/does-yu-really-recycle/ 

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