Splash Biography


Major: Modern Middle East Studies

College/Employer: Yale

Year of Graduation: 2017

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Past Classes

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H1577: Imperial Statecraft: How World War I reshaped the Middle East in Splash Spring 15 (Apr. 04, 2015)
Although the historical narrative of World War I tends to emphasize winding trench lines across Europe and the desolate expanse of "No Man's Land", this conflict had tremendous impact far outside of the familiar French and German theaters. Between crippling the Ottoman Empire, introducing new borders, and fostering ideals of self-determination, many historians consider World War I to be the single most important political event in the history of the Modern Middle East. Secret agreements, imperial ambition, and rampant deception were all players in 20th century diplomacy, and by the War's end, these forces had fundamentally changed the face of the Middle East.

A1324: The Basics of Breakdancing and Bboying in Splash Fall 14 (Nov. 08, 2014)
Members of Yale's Breakdance crew, Cerebral Adikts, will teach students the basics of Breakdancing such as footwork, freezes, and combinations, breaking all the moves down and working through them step by step with the students. Breakdancing can be very physically tiring, especially for beginners, so we ask that students come with water and dressed in athletic clothes