Keshav Narra '18
Day Student from Lexington, Mass.
Dining hall food: The chicken wing toss
Way to spend time: Exercising
Books: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, J. K. Rowling
Place to be alone on campus: The library classroom
Place to be with friends: The fitness center
Hobby: Reading revisionist history
CA tradition: The square dance at orientation.
Thing about CA: The history department
Student leadership, clubs, and affinity groups
Cohead of the American Promise Association (campaign finance reform club), cohead of Basketball Club, member of the South Asian Student Society, MOCA (Men of Color Alliance), Mock Trial, and the Discipline Committee, and a peer mentor
What have you learned about yourself during your time at CA?
At CA, I discovered my passion for government and politics. Through our socially conscious environment and our history department, I was able to learn more about international politics and U.S. social justice than I would have anywhere else.
What memorable experience have you had outside the classroom?
Before spring break this year I went on the college visiting trip with the school. Not only was I able to hang out with my friends while considering the colleges we saw, but I was also able to connect with the adults on the trip. As a result, I finished the trip a lot more relaxed about the college process.
What advice do you have for an incoming student?
Try new things. CA is a place full of well-rounded students who are very inclusive. We’re one of the few schools where you can excel as a varsity athlete, musician, and club head. A lot of us have picked up our biggest passions at CA. There are so many opportunities. Don’t be afraid to try something. You don’t have to stick with it.