Name: Natalie Alhonte
Residence Hall: Centennial
School: School of International Service
Hometown: New York City
Eagle: What is something interesting about you?
Alhonte: I’m trilingual. I speak Spanish, English and Portuguese. My mom is Colombian and I lived in Brazil for a year when I studied abroad.
Eagle: Are you active on campus? If so, what organizations are you in?
Alhonte: I’m not really in anything, but I am thinking of pledging EPO (Epsilon Pi Omega).
Eagle: What kind of career do you want to pursue after you leave AU?
Alhonte: I want to work for an organization that focuses on international aid or education, like UNICEF.
Eagle: Is there anything that you want to tell the student body at AU?
Alhonte: Yes, sweat pants aren’t the only choice you have for clothing. There are more things that you can wear. It’s kind of upsetting to go to class when everyone looks like they just rolled out of bed. And D.C. is a big place; you should try to get out, or off campus at least once a week.