Hi! I’m Remy. I’m a junior from the faraway land of San Diego, California; at Princeton, I’m studying Public Policy and pursuing certificates in Journalism and Values & Public Life. On campus, I sing a cappella with the Footnotes, produce radio pieces for the WPRB 103.3 News and Culture Team, and volunteer at the HomeFront Family Shelter in Trenton. My involvement with the Pace Center began as a Bogle Fellow during the summer after my freshman year, during which I worked at a criminal defense firm in San Diego and sang with a homeless chorus. Once I returned to campus as a sophomore in the inaugural Service Focus class, I had some great experiences in ProCES courses that led me to work on an independent journalism project about homelessness over the following summer. I’m extremely excited to be able to bring these experiences to my work as a Junior Fellow for the Bridging Theory + Practice cohort this year!