Peter Moon is a sophomore studying Biology while simultaneously dedicating his time to the rigorous pre-medical life. Although he attended Seoul International School and lived in Korea for the past five years, Peter actually was born and raised in Syracuse, New York. This past year, Peter participated in the Asian American Issues ASB Trip, which has led him to realize how pertinent issues of race, ethnicity, identity, and inequality hold such prevalence in the API world as well as in other cultures and settings. Peter is a powerhouse in that he has served as a freshman intern and is currently a core member of the Asian American Student Association (AASA) in addition to being a research assistant in the Etkin Lab, which is part of the Stanford Psychiatry Department and a member of the Stanford Asian American Activism Committee (SAAAC). It’s quite fitting that Peter devotes his time to the Etkin Lab; besides loving to analyze the psyches of his peers and other subjects, this wizened soul enjoys having discussions of life and all that life encompasses. His gentle, comforting professor-like demeanor makes Peter a great asset to curing headaches and an awesome person to talk to whenever you’re awake at 2 in the morning. In Peter’s spare time, he listens to kpop (SNSD is his favorite group and of course GANGNAM STYLE is his favorite song of all time), plays the violin and even jogs once in awhile (supposedly he’s ran a race in Guam!). “Professor” Peter, as his friends like to call him, cannot wait to meet his new ASB participants and create new, everlasting memories of bliss and ridiculous amounts of obnoxious laughing.