Elizabeth Berg ’16

Elizabeth Berg ’16

What is your favorite Literature class that you’ve taken?
Race and Identity in American Literature. It was the most thought-provoking class I’ve ever taken.

What is your favorite book or film?
One Hundred Years of Solitude

If you could teach one class in Literature, what would it be?
Magical Realism

What do you like to do outside classes?
Cook, read, and watch the Mets!

Why are you a Literature major?
I was worried about not having time to read Freshman year, so I took a Literature class to build that time into my schedule. Then I just couldn’t stop taking them!

What is your favorite place on campus?
The second floor of Hayden Library. I love working at the desks by the tall windows.

If you could live in a book or movie what would you choose?
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

What advice would you give your Freshman self?
Stay away from Physics

What would your super power be?
Time travel

What is your most memorable moment in a literature class?
In Reading Fiction, we had a group presentation on surrealism, and we got someone who wasn’t in our class to enter halfway through wearing a gorilla suit, sit quietly for a couple minutes, and leave again.