Virginia Guerra ’19

Virginia Guerra, class of 2019, is a Cuban American who was born and raised Miami, Florida. She is pursuing a B.A. in international relations with a minor in Italian studies. After she graduates, she would like to pursue a master’s degree in international relations. Aside from being dedicated to her academics, Guerra is a Posse Scholar, a co-chair of La Unidad, a Diversity Outreach Fellow and a member of the Newman Group. She has also been on the College’s crew team. The summer of 2017, Guerra interned in the International Relations Office at Università Ca' Foscari in Venice, Italy. Her favorite quote that she lives by is “Everything happens for a reason.”

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December 19, 2017

A winter survival guide

What is it like for a Cuban American from Miami, Florida, to come to college in western Massachusetts? As you might imagine, it’s different. VERY different. I mean, before coming to Mount Holyoke, I had never seen an apple tree in my life. I grew up in the tropical weather of Miami where all the fruits we grew at home were mangoes, avocados and bananas. I love my home city, but I was ready to experience the seasons and see snow!

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