Rachael is a rising junior at Stern studying finance and pre-med. Born and raised in sunny southern California, she loves to explore beaches and spend time outdoors (and dreads NY winters.) When not outdoors she can be found binge-watching Grey's Anatomy or cooking up something she saw in a Tasty video on Facebook. She hopes to serve as a helpful resource to Carlyle residents (shoot her an email!) and is excited spend the summer together!
Brian is a junior in Tisch studying Dramatic Writing. He wants to one day write for TV shows, but for now he'll settle for just watching them. In his free time he enjoys exploring New York, going for late night taco runs, and watching plays or improv shows. Not a native New Yorker, Brian loves giving directions and explaining the subway system because it makes him feel better about himself. Brian is excited to spend the summer at Carlyle with you all!
Matthew is a rising senior at the College of Arts and Science, majoring in Psychology with a double minor in Chemistry and Creative Writing. He is a native New Yorker from Long Island. He is interested in learning new things and meeting new people. He wants to one day study the effects of drugs on the brain and behavior. In his free time, he likes to play Nintendo games, write, discover new music, spend time with his 7 pugs and curate his internet persona. He hopes to serve as a reliable resource to Carlyle residents and looks forward to spending the summer with you all!
Juliana Ukiomogbe is a Junior in CAS studying English and American Literature. As an English major, Juliana loves everything and anything to do with books. If she isn't out in the city trying to find the best bookstores, Juliana is probably in her room watching The Office. Never hesitate to stop by and give her a suggestion of what to read and what to watch!
Max is a rising sophomore at NYU Liberal Studies, majoring in Economics and Politics. He is from Brooklyn, New York, and as one of Carlyle's SAs, he is eager to meet new people and help everyone explore NYC. When not in the building, you can find Max at the gym, camping, playing laser tag or at the beach. Feel free to say "hey" to him whenever, he's always open to chats and playing games!
Emily is a rising Junior at Tisch School of the arts studying musical theatre and minoring in business. She grew up in South Florida but is excited to be back where she is originally from- NY! Emily is eager to meet new residents and to hopefully be a part of making this summer a fun and memorable one. If she's not around Carlyle, you'll probably find her exploring the west village, making some art, or hanging with her cousins that live close by. If she's in Carlyle, you'll know- she's always singing. If you're looking for exploration ideas, don't hesitate to ask as she has lots to share about her favorite city in the world.
Connie is a rising Senior from Dallas, Texas. As a Nutrition and Dietetics major, she is interested in the chemical and biological components of our food and the ways in which these ingredients affect our health. In the future, she plans to become a Pediatric Nutritionist because she loves kids! She is also an adventurous eater so please swing by her room if you ever need restaurant recommendations!
Jessie is a rising junior in the College of Arts and Science majoring in Psychology and minoring in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Studies. After college she wants to become a child psychotherapist. Jessie is from McPherson, Kansas but now considers NYC her true home. Jessie enjoys going to museums, reading books, and eating Mexican food. She is looking forward to getting to know all the summer residents!
Joshua is a rising sophomore at NYU from Atlanta, Georgia. He plans to transfer into Gallatin with a concentration fusing Africana Studies, Literature, and Film and TV. He is an aspiring author currently drafting his first novel. When out and about Joshua is probably exploring museums, trying to find the best burger in the city, or just going wherever his feet happen to take him. As a summer assistant Joshua is excited to interact with residents, especially those who don't know much about NYU or the city. So don't be shy if you see Joshua around the building say Hi!