Following the moves of a wrestler and Hopkins advocate

Isaac Morales ’19, a double major in cognitive science and philosophy, is intrigued by how people think. He also has the drive to serve and support others. As a sophomore, he volunteered as a first-year mentor to 20 incoming students. This year, he chose to work at the Parent-Family Orientation, reassuring moms and dads that Hopkins was the right choice for their children. “I worked really hard to get here, and Hopkins is where I want to be,” says Morales. “I never had school spirit before I came to Hopkins. It feels like home, and I really want to be able to help incoming students feel that, too.”