Hometown & Country
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Debate, Theatre, Swimming
Favorite place in Harvard Square
What can FIPpers talk to you about?
Acting, cooking, crime shows, the office, friends (the series), the beach, economics, Tanzania, having fun!
Why should a freshman choose FIP?
It's an extraordinary experience! You meet other international students with whom you get to explore Harvard with in a low stress environment and these people might actually end up being your classmates, best friends or blocking mates!
Evelyn is an always smiling Tanzanian girl who has lived in the beautiful Dar es Salaam city all her life. She is a rising sophomore who will be living in the amazing Eliot house. Evelyn is planning to concentrate in Economics with a secondary in Environmental science and public policy. Outside the classroom, Evelyn has acted in plays including “For colored girls”, “the tempest” and “Othello-Desdemona”, works for The Crimson business board, is involved in the International relations council and several cultural organizations such as HASA and BSA. Evelyn also loves having fun with her friends, watching crime shows, travelling, reading fiction, swimming, meeting new people and laughing! This summer, Evelyn will be working for the Harvard Financial aid initiative as a summer coordinator which she is really looking forward to!