2018

INTERVIEW: QUINN DUNKAK ’15 — HOW I SPENT MY 4 GAP YEARS

Quinn Dunkak is originally from San Francisco, CA. His family moved to Northport, New York when he was nine years old. Quinn graduated with an International Baccalaureate Diploma from Northport High School in 2011. At Hopkins, Quinn majored in International Studies and minored in Entrepreneurship & Management. Outside of academics, Quinn was a…
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INTERVIEW: ALEX FAVELA ’14, PARALEGAL, HUMAN RIGHTS CAMPAIGN

Alex Favela was born and raised in Miami, FL, where he graduated valedictorian of his high school. Alex first enrolled at the Florida International University’s Honors College to be close to his family, but, seeking a more rigorous education, later Alex transferred to the Johns Hopkins University in 2014. Alex…
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INTERVIEW: MIGUEL CORDANO, SHAREHOLDER, LIEBLER, GONZALEZ, AND PORTUONDO

Miguel Cordano was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and raised in Lima, Peru. When he was 19, he moved to Lexington, Kentucky and attended college at the University of Kentucky. He subsequently obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Florida International University, with a minor in English. He particularly…
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INTERVIEW: ALI ARMAN, 1L, CORNELL LAW SCHOOL

Ali Arman hails from Walnut Creek, California. During her middle and high school years, she discovered a passion for political advocacy and social justice, which lead to her major in Gender and Women’s Studies at UC Berkeley. While at Berkeley, she was active in anti-sexual assault and Title IX advocacy…
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INTERVIEW: PATRICK LYNCH (JHU ’12), LAW CLERK, SULLIVAN AND CROMWELL

Patrick Lynch was born in Cleveland, Ohio, but bounced from Ohio to Texas to England before finding himself on the Homewood campus. At Hopkins, he majored in International Studies and was co-captain of the men’s varsity swim team (go Hop!). After graduating in 2012, he received a Fulbright Scholarship to…
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