Senior Snapshot: Molly Scott

The Nine Ways of Knowing has decided to profile some of the amazing people of the class of 2015, and we’re so sad to see them leave! If you’d like to be featured on the blog or know someone who should definitely be profiled, email us at ninewaysofknowing@gmail.com.

Name: Molly Scott
Hometown: Toms River, NJ
Major: Psychology

What are You Involved In?
RA, Stewardship Co-Chair for Senior Fund, Research Assistant and Teacher in the Toddler Center

Guilty Pleasure?
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

Favorite Memory from Barnard?
My first RA training in August 2013. The Hewitt staff had so much fun going to Shake Shack and riding the Staten Island Ferry!

Biggest Regret of College?
Two of them. One: I wish I would’ve gotten more involved in the Columbia community and joined clubs across the street. Two: I wish I could have known how fast my time at Barnard would go by. I would’ve appreciated each day here more, especially during my freshman and sophomore years.


Biggest Leap of Faith During College?
Taking the GRE and applying to graduate school.

What Will You Miss?
Spending my days in the Toddler Center.

What Won’t You Miss?
L-course signups.

Favorite Place On or Off Campus?
On campus: Steps in front of Barnard Hall. Off campus: Rockefeller Center.

In 5 Words or Less, What’s Next?
Graduate school in Philly.

Midnight Breakfast or Orgo Night?
Midnight breakfast!

If you were a Morningside Heights Bar or Restaurant Which Would You Be?
Nussbaum & Wu.

Who will play you in a biopic of your life?
Kate Hudson.

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