Raji Ganesan is a freshman computer science student exploring minors in French and Digital Culture at Barrett, The Honors College here at the Tempe campus of ASU. Her passion for writing developed from an already established affinity for reading (it might have been the other way around; she’s not sure). Raji had been racking her brain over the question, “how can I combine my love of art with my love of science and technology?” when she discovered the Center for Science and Imagination. Raji is a vegetarian, her favorite color is all of them in some way or another, and favorite authors include John Green, Douglas Adams, and Kurt Vonnegut. In her spare time, she likes to laugh, play video games, have meaningful conversations, write in her journal, dance, listen to podcasts, and discover new things to do with her spare time. Raji is also involved with the Barrett Radio organization on campus and can often be found skipping around the Barrett grounds or being overly exuberant about something.