Baxter Easley

Baxter Easley

Hearst Fellow

  • Hometown: Columbia, South Carolina
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What do you plan to study?

Japanese Studies.

Why did you want to be a Hearst Fellow?

The vast opportunities it provides alongside the close-knit social circle.

What has Furman meant to you during this period of change?

A warm welcoming environment where there's a familiar face around every turn. The campus was easy to learn which helped to reduce the stress of finding classes or arranging meetings during the first few weeks. It already feels like home!

What do you like to do in your spare time?

Most of my spare time currently is sunk into videogames and practicing my Japanese.

What's a quirky fact about you, or what would the title of your autobiography be?

I am a triplet and 25% Japanese!


Besides being a Hearst Fellow, I am a member of the Engaged Living Program (Politics and The Good Life), as well as the Furman eSports club.