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Kristina Moss Gunnarsdóttir

Kristina Moss Gunnarsdottir

Assistant Director of Admissions
Degree: B.A., Hampshire College
Originally from: Manhattan, New York
Email: kgunnarsdottir@hampshire.edu

Reason I love working at Hampshire: The engaged, curious, and incredibly hardworking people I interact with every day.

Title of my Division III Project: Explore/Experiment/Engage: How Hampshire teaches you to Think.

Ask me about these Hampshire Programs: Women's Basketball and Soccer, Student Government, Study Abroad in Cuba, and ISIS Bohm Dialogue.

Piece of advice for prospects in the college search process: Don't be shy about asking questions--especially the hard ones. Questions are often the best means to gain a deeper understanding of whether a school is the right "fit" for you.

Favorite books: 100 Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garc'a Márquez; Lord of the Flies by William Golding; Omnivore's Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals by Michael Pollen; His Dark Materials by Philip Pullman; The Art of Choosing by Sheena Iyengar; Edging Into the Future: Science Fiction and Contemporary Cultural Transformation by Veronica Hollinger and Joan Gordon; Superfreakonomics by Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner.

Favorite TV Shows: Lost, Six Feet Under, Queer as Folk, Buffy, Charmed, Breaking Bad, Mad Men, and Melrose Place.

Favorite Hampshire secret: There are small wild brown bunnies everywhere!

A random fact about me: I am a dual citizen.

The one thing I want to accomplish in the next several years: Learn conversational Arabic.

 

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"There are two reasons why Hampshire graduates achieve so much. One is the kind of person the college attracts. The other is what the college does for them by equipping them to become their own wide-ranging explorers and connection-seekers." —Loren Pope, Colleges that Change Lives (2006)