TSA students who are at Waseda now

You can email a previous TSA student, who is at Waseda now. Click on the name to send an email to any of these Waseda students who studied at Earlham in 2012-2013. You may write to them in English or Japanese.


Saki Kawashiro

Saki is a 2nd year student in the School of International Liberal Studies (SILS). In addition to classes, she takes horse riding lessons, plays handdrum, and sings in the Gospel Revelations choir. She likes living with an English speaker and talking with students who are interested in Japan. Her advice to future TSA students is to define your own goal, because you can do anything you want (not just study English!)

Ippei Umeda

Ippei is a third year student in the School of Political Science and Economics, majoring in Economics. He has participated in Model United Nations, Japanese Culture Club and Dance Alloy, a student-run dance show for the entire campus. His favorite memory so far is the countdown at Times Square in New York on New Year's Eve.

Yuka Ohnishi

Yuka is a 2nd year student in the School of International Liberal Studies (SILS). She is a member of the Kendo club, which was started by a previous TSA student! Yuka has traveled to L.A., San Francisco, San Diego, the Grand Canyon, Seattle and Chicago. She says that Earlham is a small college, which makes it easy to make friends with other students and teachers.

Takashi Itakura

Takashi is a third-year student in the school of Political Science and Economics and his major is Politics. He is a member of the Earlham soccer team and is currently taking International Relations, American Politics and Introduction to Psychology Perspectives.  His advice for future TSA students is to study English hard before you come to Earlham.

Rika Miyadera

Rika is a 2nd year student in the School of International Liberal Studies (SILS). She is currnently taking classes on Women and Gender History, Persons and Systems (Human Development and Social Relations), Metals (Art) and ESL.

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