Letter from the 2014-2015 Williams Quest Liaison
Welcome fellow ephs! My name is Wilmer Montesdeoca hailing from Brooklyn, New York. Here at Williams, I study Comparative Literature and History. This year I will be serving as your Quest Liaison and am looking forward to an amazing year of activities filled with conferences, sleep-overs, community development projects, and so much more. But first and foremost I want to congratulate each and every one of you for becoming a Quest Scholar and for coming to Williams. The talent, charisma, and genius of our Quest Scholars speaks volumes of the tight-knit community we have here at Williams.
Located nearby the beautiful Berkshires, Williams College offers an unparalleled college education. Since coming to Williams, I have made life-long friends, met world-renowned professors who care for and support you, and immersed myself in a culture that thrives on friendship and curiosity. There's never a dull day on campus. From the minute you wake up to a beautiful image of the mountains to the wonderful conversation you have with the dining staff to having dinner with your History professor, Williams students embark on a journey of knowledge and community each and every day. Here at Williams, we are challenged to continue our education beyond the classroom and build meaningful relationship.
It's our strong sense of family and commitment to excellence that really has made our QSN Chapter a success. This year we will continue to create change by making high school presentations, speaking to leaders in education and policy, and engaging in projects for the betterment of our community. Together, we will work towards creating a multicultural, democratic Williams College. In the process, we will forge friendships that last a lifetime, make unforgettable memories, and leave our city greater than we found it. With that said, I can't wait to meet you all and start a fun-filled, meaningful 2014-2015 Eph year!
Your Quest Liaison,
Wilmer Montesdeoca ‘17