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NAME: Caroline Reppert
HOMETOWN: Scranton, Pennsylvania
COLLEGE:Georgetown University, CLASS OF 2020
DEGREE PURSUING : Master in Public Policy
What got you interested in politics?:
Growing up, my parents always had the national news on while I ate breakfast before school; every day I heard what was happening both around the world and in U.S. politics. Combine that exposure with growing up in an extremely purple area of Pennsylvania and a love for both politics and policy seemed to develop naturally over the years.
What is your favorite monument in DC?:
My favorite monument is the Jefferson Monument. It’s gorgeous, the quotes inscribed on the walls are poignant, and I’m a sucker for the cherry blossoms in the spring.
What is your favorite book?:
My favorite book is White Noise by Don DeLillo, followed closely by The Lord of the Rings trilogy.
If you could witness any historical event, what would you want to see?:
As a bit of a space nerd, I would want to see the first moon landing.
If you could interview one person (dead or alive) who would it be?:
I would like to interview Katherine Graham. She had an extraordinary career at a pivotal time in U.S. history. I would love to discuss how she navigated the complexities of leading a major newspaper that was critical of the administration during that period, especially as woman.