Luke Mullet

EMU Admissions Counselor Luke Mullet

Counselor forAlabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin and Wyoming

Hometown: Berlin, OH

Hobbies: Music composition, biking, reading, lifting

Education: EMU ’19 majored in Mathematics; minored in Music and Honors

Contact info: 540-432-4118, luke.mullet@emu.edu

Why I came to EMU

I chose to attend EMU for a variety of reasons. First, EMU’s campus is situated in an absolutely stunning part of the United States; I wanted to enjoy the outdoors with the numerous hiking opportunities as well as the beautiful campus itself. Lastly, I really loved the small-campus community vibe when I visited and wanted to experience and engage further in EMU’s unique climate. Therefore, EMU felt like a familiar and welcoming space for me. I am grateful for my choice to engage at EMU as a student and now as an admissions counselor.

Why I love EMU

I love EMU because I truly believe that it is a learning space that does prepare individuals to serve and lead in a global context. As a math major at EMU with minors in music and honors, I learned extensively about mathematics, music, and academic rigor. And, through my extra-curricular involvements, I also developed greater relational understanding and cultural competency. In addition, EMU invited me into conversations about climate justice, which now inform an integral piece of my ethical framework. I also love EMU because its values of bridge-building and restorative justice; I believe these intentional characteristics set EMU apart from other higher-ed institutions.

Anything else you should know about me?

I am definitely a person that cannot be easily put “in a box.” I really value learning new ways of thinking, doing, and living. Following my curiosity at EMU set me on a trajectory to engage intentionally and with integrity in the injustice, ambiguity, and profound beauty in the world. My experience also resulted in me acquiring two new identities: composer and storyteller. While I used to consider music composition just as a hobby, it has developed into an even greater passion at EMU since I have used it to help tell important stories. In addition to spending time writing music, I love being active through biking and lifting. While I enjoy traditional academic settings, I also have tons fun being playful and enjoying time with friends and family.

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