Age: 18Princeton, NJ
Project Title: Personal Culture: Voicing the Experiences of Postcolonial Youth Navigating Identity in a Globalized World
If you could have dinner with the five most interesting people in the world, living or dead, who would they be?1. Conan O'Brien because he's funny but not unscathed.2. Donald Trump because I want to understand who he really is. 3. Dan Barber because I really want to try his whole wheat croissants. 4. Sylvia Plath because who was she, really?5. The rest of the Fellows!
If you had a warning label, what would yours say?
I will worsen the quality of any photo we take together.
What is one of your favorite quotes?
"I went on a diet, swore off drinking and heavy eating, and in fourteen days I lost two weeks.” Joe E. Lewis
In the News9/6/17 - Town Topics: Princeton Teen Wins Writing Scholarship
8/29/17 - World Journal: Allison Huang Wins Davidson Scholarship8/24/17 - The Lawrenceville School News: Allison Huang '17 Receives Davidson Scholarship8/21/17 - Princeton Patch: "Princeton Teen Wins $10K Davidson Fellows Scholarship
PRINCETON TEEN AWARDED $10,000 FOR LITERATURE PORTFOLIO ON YOUTH IDENTITY
Allison Huang to be Named a 2017 Davidson Fellow
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