Green Street houses are some of the oldest houses on Smith Campus. These were built as far back as 1878. With age comes history and tradition. Pride that comes from living in a Green Street house is only surpassed by the appreciation of their proximity to the classroom buildings, the gymnasium, the athletic fields and scenic Paradise Pond. Green Street is a small street lined with speciality shops that gives the feel of an intimate community. All of the houses have porches, some with swings. Porch swings and cozy living rooms make these houses a place that many students call home for their entire four years at Smith.
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What are your open hours?
I hold open hours on Tuesdays from 10-11:30 am and on Tuesdays by appointment only from 4:30-6 pm.
What are your professional interests?
My professional interests are twofold. I am equally interested in higher ed and counseling psychology.
What are your personal interests?
My personal interests stretch from really chill things like playing with my dog and hanging out with friends to promoting social justice and making the world a better place.
What is your education background?
My educational background includes everything from studying religion at a Christian College, being a sergeant in the Army, studying criminal justice to working as a parole officer and getting a master's in psychology to be a counselor.
Where did you grow up?
I grew up in Arkansas. It explains a lot about me.
What are your two favorite places on campus?
I like the swing at night and the Chapin Lawn during the day.