Robin Tainsh

Robin Tainsh '21 (Brooklyn)

Robin Tainsh ’21 is a History major and a Theater minor at Brooklyn College. She loves attending history colloquia in her spare time, most especially those of the Late Antique-Medieval-Early Modern Faculty Working Group at Brooklyn College. She wrote an honors thesis in the History department advised by Professor Mancia on witchcraft, magic, and the Protestant Reformation in Early Modern Scotland.

As a Macaulay Honors student Robin has been an active member in clubs, served as Assistant Director of Macaulay Theater Club for a year and as the Director for two years. In addition to spreading her passion for theater, Robin regularly attended Macaulay Scholars Council meetings, represented the interests of student activities on the MHC Reopening Task Force, and loved to support other club events. She fostered a cross campus community among her Brooklyn Macaulay cohort and other senior colleges, and mentored her friends and peers.

She leaves a legacy of service, student engagement, scholarship, and shenanigans.