Words of Warriors About
Words of Warriors shines a spotlight on the unique voices and perspectives of Westmont students. It authentically reveals what student life looks like at Westmont while offering tips, suggestions, and humor from our student writers to guide our community through the Westmont experience.
Caylie is a sophomore English major currently studying abroad (nerding out) in England. She loves anything that sparkles, fluffy cats, and grammatically correct sentences.
Carolyn is a History major with a double minor in Music and Political Science. She thoroughly enjoys hammocking and will debate you about whether or not pineapple belongs on pizza. In the fall, she will be going on Westmont's Europe Semester, and will return spring semester to lead Vespers, the on-campus Sunday worship night.
Phoebe lives in Huntington Beach, California, but was born and raised in Uganda, Africa, thanks to her missionary parents. She is a notoriously slow eater: claiming that all food—even DC-food—deserves to be savored (except for celery; celery is gross). Phoebe loves to read, take naps in the sun (she calls them "nature naps"), laugh with friends, swim in the ocean, and talk about important ideas with people she cares about.
Lauren is a Portland girl learning to appreciate what year-round sun looks like here in Santa Barbara. If you can't find Lauren eating a bowl of Special K with Strawberries in the DC, she's probably out on a hike with friends or hammocking while journalling in the shade around campus. She's passionate about good conversations, organization apps, and hearing other people's stories.
Grace enjoys running, cooking, and taking long walks—like the time she hiked 13 miles in the Grand Canyon with her family. She's a California native with a passion for science and nutrition, and enjoys writing in her free time to express her creativity. During the school year, when she's not studying, you can find her watching a comedy on Netflix or enjoying the beautiful outdoors.
Sarah is a Westmont College Admissions Counselor, who graduated in December 2015 with a Communication Studies degree. She is a puppy lover, strawberry enthusiast, and an avid movie-watcher. While at Westmont, she was heavily involved with the music department as a vocalist, studied abroad in Europe, and was on Orientation Team (among other things). If you're looking for something to talk about with her, simply mention "Harry Potter" and you'll be set.