Zoë came to Oberlin for reasons that are impossible to enumerate succinctly. She wanted to major in some sort of biological science, but also had interests in other areas. She is currently majoring in biochemistry and creative writing, mainly because she couldn't pick just one side of her brain.
Besides writing stories and mixing chemicals together, Zoë plays violin, dances, visits her public library, and writes about herself in the third person. She's also become a member of Oberlin's Chinese Students Association and the secretary of Asia House's Hall Council, both largely by accident.
If you tell her that it's cold in Oberlin, she will laugh at you and then deny it, as she is from yet even colder climes.
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