Hall Heads

Hall Heads are responsible for the maintenance of the pen pal program in one to two assigned residence halls and elementary schools. This includes the responsibility of collecting all letters from swing kids, checking the letters for appropriate content, delivering the letters to the elementary teachers, picking up the letters from elementary students, delivering them to the college aged pen pals and planning one edu-active project per classroom per semester. Additionally, Hall Heads are responsible for attending a weekly meeting as well as all other expectations of the KPC as a whole.


Fiona D'Agostino
Junior
Movement Science
Favorite candy:
Take 5

Favorite childhood memory:
My favorite childhood memory has to be making up games at recess with my friends. My friends and I would have so much fun and did not have a care in the world! Being able to let my imagination loose while running around is the best thing a kid can do and I have nothing but fond memories of these times!

Jamie Nussbaum
Junior
Psychology and Linguistics
Favorite candy:
Hershey Kisses

Favorite childhood memory:
My favorite childhood memory is going to dance class with my friends every week and then practicing at home. It was so fun and carefree!

Jill Weidrich
Junior
Elementary Education
Favorite candy:
Dark Chocolate Almonds

Favorite childhood memory:
Spending time and bonding with the three girls who would later become my best friends!

Liz Gorson
Junior
Psychology & Communication Studies
Favorite candy:
Reese's Peanut Butter Cups

Favorite childhood memory:
Summer camp in Maine.

Lara Elowsky
Senior
Social Computing Informatics
Favorite candy:
Twix

Favorite childhood memory:
Playing sports in the backyard with my family.

Tyler Ryder
Sophomore
Architecture
Favorite candy:
Hersey's Cookies and Creme Bars

Favorite childhood memory:
When I was probably 8 years old my best friend and also my next door neighbor got a trampoline it was probably the happiest moment in my life!

Elizabeth Flanagan
Junior
Biopsychology, Cognition, and Neuroscience

Favorite candy:
Dove Dark Chocolate

Favorite childhood memory:
Girl Scout camping.

Mollie Berkowitz
Sophomore
History and Women's Studies
Favorite candy:
Reese's Pieces

Favorite childhood memory:
Going to the Philadelphia Zoo and Franklin Institute with my parents on the weekends.

Kristina Greene
Junior
Athletic Training

Favorite candy:
Twix

Favorite childhood memory:
Fishing every summer with my grandparents in Canada.

Sarah Choi
Sophomore
Undecided

Favorite Candy:
Twix

Favorite Childhood Memory:
I don't remember much from my childhood, but I'm particularly of fond of the times when I cooked with my mom as a kid.

Stephanie Betancourt
Sophomore
Economics

Favorite Candy Bar:
Twix

Favorite Childhood Memory:
Playing Power Rangers with all of my cousins at family reunions.

Madeline Wills
Junior
Public Policy

Favorite Candy Bar:
Twix

Favorite Childhood Memory:
My brother and I would often create imaginary "Adventures" that we would go on. We'd run around the house and pretend we were either battling some video game characters or completing some imaginary task. I liked it because I was spending time with my brother and we were actively doing something.

Shelby Francis
Junior
Communications

Favorite Candy Bar:
Starbursts

Favorite Childhood Memory:
Going to Gatlinburg, TN with my family for the first time and getting to ski at Ober Gatlinburg when I was 8.

Shria Raghunathan
Junior
Biopsychology, Cognition & Neuroscience

Favorite Candy Bar:
Hershey Kisses

Favorite Childhood Memory:
Recess.

Anna Pan
Sophomore
Undecided

Favorite Candy Bar:
Skittles

Favorite Childhood Memory:
Seeing the baby turtles that were outside of my grandpa's apartment in Hong Kong when we visited.

Brianna Vandervoort

Allison David
Sophomore
Pre-Med

Favorite Candy Bar:
Twix

Favorite Childhood Memory:
Going to Cape Cod every summer growing up.

Caroline Shao
Sophomore
Communications Studies

Favorite Candy Bar:
Reese's

Favorite Childhood Memory:
Cedar Point with my friends and family!

Amanda Rhodes
Sophomore
International Relations/ Pre Law

Favorite Candy Bar:
Swedish Fish

Favorite Childhood Memory:
My favorite childhood memory is when my whole family used to gather at my Grandma's house for big holidays- like Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter. The food always tasted so amazing, and I was able to play with my siblings and cousins all day and at night we would all get together and the older members of my family would tell funny stories about growing up. It's weird because now my cousin Deanna and I are one of the ones telling stories, and our younger siblings and cousins are the ones listening!