RACHEL PAUL BR ’17


NOTABLE QUOTABLE:

“3: Turn on the lamp without screaming.”

ALIAS: TBD


HOMETOWN: Agoura Hills, CA


FAVORITE ANIMAL: Tree


FAVORITE FOOD: Suckling Pig


BIO: From a young age, Rachel's parents were appalled by her coarse language.  Things got so bad that she was sent to finishing school in the hills of Wales, her family's old stomping ground.  It was at Miss Sokenpan's that Rachel got in touch with her natural talents.  In between directing the school's first co-ed musical with the local juvenile attention center and organizing croquet tournaments for aunt/uncle weekend, Rachel was discovered to be sneaking off into the woods at night to howl at the moon.  In a meeting with administrators, Rachel was quoted saying "I do what I want. Stop following me."  She was promptly placed in a velvet holding cell, which she promptly escaped from.  After a brief stint braiding challah in Brooklyn, and another few months lost to the clubs of Moscow, Rachel emerged as a young woman raising grapes out near her parent's home in California.  She lives with her bed now and is  always up for a good pair of pants.