Quick Facts: 

Name: Camille Lanier

Graduation Year: 2016

Sport: Squash

Position: 7

  1. What does the experience of being a Penn student-athlete mean to you?

The experience of being a Penn Student-Athlete has changed for the better my college experience. I have managed to find myself in a pool of collective girls from all over the world. Each of us very differently and efficiently adds spice to the team and outside of the team room. As a student-athlete it has been harder to manage some of the workload. However, it has taught me time management and how to be more efficient throughout my college work.

  1. Hometown?

Washington, DC

  1. High school?

National Cathedral School

  1. College and Major?

Architecture major in the College (SAS)

  1. Favorite Penn Sports moment to date?

When we beat Harvard in January of 2015, making us top choice for IVY LEAGUE Champions

  1. Favorite Class to date?

All my studios in Architecture

  1. What does life after Penn look like (i.e.- ideal job, where you live, what will make you happy)?

I would either want to live in New York and work for a firm or move to Europe and apply to Grad School in the UK or Netherlands

  1. Ultimate career goal?

Become and Architect

  1. Favorite place to eat on campus?


  1. Favorite place to eat off campus?


  1. Favorite Penn sporting event to attend (other than your own sport)?

Penn Relays

  1. iPhone or Android?


  1. What’s currently on your iPod?

Nothing, I don’t have one

  1. What’s on your DVR?

Nothing, I don’t have one

  1. What’s the one place in Philly you take all those who visit you?

Rittenhouse Park