former editor-in-chief class of 2016
Veronica Kim is a senior who REALLY enjoys using capitalization (and parentheses) to her advantage, as you will undoubtedly see if you read any of her emails. She is a runner and a singer and will happily talk to you about the following topics for hours: investigative journalism, poetry, dogs, bread, the fourth dimension, and music, among other things. She can't stand horror movie ads on Spotify, which she is constantly subjected to because she is too broke to afford Spotify Premium. This is really her own fault, though, as she spends all her money at Panera. Veronica is a huge nerd and will happily accept it as a compliment if you tell her so; as you may imagine, she has a flourishing social life, devoting many of her weekends to writing college essays at Caribou Coffee (she recommends the iced vanilla lattes). There have been many adjectives used to describe Veronica, such as dramatic, borderline ridiculous, extremely enthusiastic, terrible storyteller, and very, very scary when reporters and editors don't turn in their articles on time. When she grows up, she would like to travel around the world, live in Spain for a few years, write a couple books, and retire to a mountain home with a large pile of huskies, poetry anthologies, and some grandchildren.