5 Questions 4: Tash Wray ‘19

Tash Wray ’19 has one of the toughest jobs on the Student Council: Vice President for Honor and Discipline. What has she learned from being a part of the Disciplinary Committee? Who has had the biggest impact on her life? And what magic spell would she love to learn? All this and more in 5 Questions 4.
 
What is the most important thing you’ve learned as Vice President of Honor and Discipline?
As VP of Honor, I have honestly learned more about the administration, and myself, than I expected. I’d say one of the most important things that I’ve learned is how to communicate with a wide variety of students and faculty, whether that be talking and giving advice to the student going into the DC [Discipline Committee], discussing with the faculty on the DC, answering questions to students at Lawrenceville who are curious about certain outcomes or rules, or working with Student Council as a whole. I am really grateful to have had this learning opportunity of balancing a bunch of different perspectives, including my own.
 
If you could have an all-expenses trip paid anywhere, where would you go?
I would definitely go to Russia, since I have always been fascinated by that country and its history!
 
What’s one talent you’d like to have?
I have always wanted to be good at the guitar. I’ve never really tried it but maybe I’ll start over this summer!
 
If magic was real, what spell would you try to learn first?
I would definitely want to be able to be invisible!
 
Who, besides your parents, has had the biggest impact on your life?
My three older sisters, Britt, Mckinley, and Annie, definitely have made the biggest impact on my life. They are such inspirations to me, and I always strive to be as caring, sweet, and funny as they are. Since they are all in college and I am at Lawrenceville, we no longer see each other that often, but it makes it really special when we do. I always have so much fun with them, and cherish our rare time together more than anything.
 
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