Hi, my name is Samantha Robbins, however most people call me Sam. I’m an incoming junior here at Michigan State. I am an anthropology major with an additional major in criminal justice. I am especially interested in forensic anthropology. I’m from a small town close to the Michigan/ Indiana border called Edwardsburg. Outside of school I enjoy horseback riding, reading, learning about cars and motorcycles, and listening to music. I also enjoy spending time with my family and friends. A fun fact about myself is that I have one older sister, named Alix, and one younger sister, named Jesi. My older sister works for an audiologist and my younger sister is a senior in high school. My family lives on a farm, and we have 13 chickens, 10 cats, 5 horses, 4 dogs, and a donkey. One thing that I hope to learn from this class is how the medical anthropology field has intersected with feminist movements in the medical field.