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Crusader of the Week- Maggie Hannick ‘23

Name: Maggie Hannick

Hometown: St. Louis, Missouri

Major: Declared Mandarin Chinese major, applying for Health Studies major, Pre-Law track

Campus Activities: Feminist Forum, Eco-Action, Green Fund Review Board, College Democrats, Pride, Pax Christi, Multicultural Peer Educators, SPUD

Favorite Movie: On the Basis of Sex

Favorite song: She Used to Be Mine by Sara Bareilles

Favorite singer/group: Maggie Rogers

Favorite color: Blue

Favorite sports team: St. Louis Cardinals

Favorite class taken at Holy Cross: The Science of Happiness Montserrat

Item on HC Bucket List: Spring Weekend

Embarrassing HC Moment: Falling down the steps going to Kimball

Bragging Rights: I’ve knocked on thousands of doors for political candidates across the country.

Words to live by: Peace of Mind, Joy in Spirit

One thing you would change at HC: More unity between different groups, less cliques

Favorite TV Show: The West Wing

Favorite Book: So You Want to Talk About Race by Ijeoma Oluo

Favorite Kimball meal: Whenever the vegan ice cream comes!

Favorite Cool Beans Drink: Dirty Chai Latte

Favorite spot on campus: Campion House

Favorite off-campus restaurant: NU Kitchen Worcester

Guilty Pleasure: Binge-watching entire seasons of shows in one day

Some small things that make your day better: Calling/talking to my mom

First thing you do when you wake up: Make coffee

Last thing you do before going to bed: Skincare routine

Favorite place you have traveled to: Beijing, China

Something you look forward to when you go home: Bask in St. Louis pride and go to the Gateway Arch downtown

Post-Graduation Plans: Jesuit Volunteer Corps and/or law school

Favorite memory at HC: Spring Break Immersion Program to Camden, New Jersey

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