By Emma Russell
Student Life Editor
Hometown: Silver Spring, Md.
Where you’re quarantining: At home
Minor(s): Art and Creative Writing
Clubs/Organizations: Writer’s Union, and National Honor Society of Leadership and Success
Plans after Washington College: “I would like to move to the Pennsylvania mountain range and become a set designer for theaters all around the U.S.,” Hull said.
Plans after COVID-19: “Definitely working on the sets of local theaters, I want to get a lot of experience. Also continuing to practice my craft in art and writing,” she said.
What’s been keeping you bust during quarantine: “Well, school of course firstly. However, I also try to help out my family around the house. Finally, a bit of a creative project here and there for fun,” she said.
Learned something new: Hull learned video editing, sewing, and how to paint with watercolors.
Your quarantine show, movie, and/or book: “Shera and the Princesses of Power”
Fun Fact: “I have a weakness for sweetness and its name is chocolate,” Hull said.
The thing you miss the most about WC: “That would definitely be my friends. We are very close and love each other very much. It’s like a second family, we’re there and we care for each other,” she said.
Advice for students in quarantine: “Let these online classes serve as proof that no matter the title one may have, we are all still human. Still show your professor the respect they deserve, but don’t be so tense. At the end of the day they want to watch their favorite TV show too, they have wild kids and animals in the background, and God knows Wifi and computer problems as well. Remember these moments and laugh together, it’s fine to smile and they might just smile back,” she said.
Featured Photo caption: Sophomore Rose Hull. Photo Courtesy of Rose Hull.