Minerva Macarrulla.
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Minerva Macarrulla ’23

Brooklyn, New York

the moon, dance improvisation, writing, long walks, talking to plants

Hi everyone! My name is Minerva, and I’m a second-year environmental studies and comparative American studies double major with an intended minor in dance. Pre-pandemic, I had a lil self-run massage business and was a part of Fairkid (a dining co-op) and Movimiento (a Latin dance group).

I’m currently on the board of Obies for Undocumented Inclusion (OUI), a student organization that advocates for undocumented students at Oberlin and hosts events to educate allies on undocumented issues. I also coordinate and facilitate for Dismantling Our Own Racism (DOOR), a collective that facilitates hard conversations between white people seeking to unlearn racism, relearn humility, and commit to the active support of BIPOC-led racial justice initiatives.

On campus, I live in Latinx Heritage House. At the moment, I spend a lot of time walking in the Arb (forest-y place), journaling, exchanging funny/spooky stories in my lounge, learning everything I can about Celtic and neo-paganism, and drinking warm tea.

I’m excited to bring you my perspective as an Oberlin student and hope you enjoy my blog!

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