Lila Tabor ’21 is graduating from Hunter College with a double major in History and Comparative Literature. As a student at Macaulay, she has been an active member of the Macaulay Marauders Quidditch Team, Macaulay FIT, Macaulay Peer Mentors, as well as Hunter Hillel and the Hunter College Senate. During Spring 2019, Lila participated in the Eva Kastan Grove Fellowship, where she worked alongside the nonprofit “Sanctuary for Families” to educate CUNY students about human trafficking, domestic violence, and prostitution in America. In December 2019, she was named a Horace W. Goldsmith Scholar.
Over the past year, Lila has been conducting original historical research about the AIDS epidemic in New York with the Mellon Public Humanities Scholars Program. Currently, she is an intern at the nonprofit “DreamYard Project,” teaching elementary, middle, and high school students about social justice and activism. After graduating from Macaulay, Lila will go on to pursue a J.D. from Cornell Law School where she has received a full-tuition scholarship as a Charles Evans Hughes Scholar.