Hometown & Country
Visual and performing arts, event-planning
Favorite place in Harvard Square
Brattle Square Florist Shop
What can FIPpers talk to you about?
Being undecided, taking a variety of classes ranging from TDM to Gov to Engineering, organizing Yardfest, accessing diverse social opportunities, transitioning to life at Harvard, finding study spots with natural light, engaging in arts on campus, visiting museums in Boston.
Why should a freshman choose FIP?
FIP lets you bond with a very diverse set of peers with different interests and backgrounds AT THE SAME TIME as getting practical info and transitioning to life in the US!
Adiya is a rising sophomore living in Winthrop House from Astana, Kazakhstan. On campus, she is involved in event-planning through College Events Board and the First-Year Social Committee. When she’s not learning how to method act, building mobile app prototypes, and discussing urban planning for her classes, she enjoys hosting friends for get-togethers and painting nights. In her free time, she enjoys dancing, exploring the surrounding area, and making art for different organizations on campus. Her favorite study spot on campus is the Barker Center cafe because of its location, good coffee, and abundance of natural light.