|Jesse Roth is a senior majoring in Business, and Writing, from Rockford, Ohio
She lives in Ramseyer Hall
She is President of Fault Lines line dancing club
Campus jobs: Writing Center tutor and English department assistant.
What is Fault Lines?
Jesse started Fault Lines because she wanted a space for her friends, as well as herself, to dance and have a jolly-good time.
How is that going?
Last semester Fault Lines had five consistent members and this year membership has doubled and opened up to the community as well.
What is in store for Fault Lines this year?
Jesse and her band of dancers will be participating in the Fort Wayne Dance for All Choreography Competition at the end of February.
Interesting Things About Jesse
She is an original Superman lover! Ask her about her Halloween costume choices for the past 3 years.
Jesse’s interests follow reading books. Jodi Picoult, author of My Sister’s Keeper and Micheal Crichton, author of Jurassic Park. Talk to her about books and movies. Her favorite movies are the Scream movies and Jaws. Fun fact, she’s picky about her submarine sandwiches because she used to work at Subway, for three years, and she is in general, just a picky person. She’s colorblind! She won’t tell you that your clothes don’t match.
Jesse’s Accomplishments, because she’s awesome.
Presidential Scholarship winner… wow.
Her line dance choreography has been and is still being taught in various places in America, ask her about it.
She has edited 2 published books, entitled Story Hour and Other Stories by Robert Flanagan, and Waiting at the Dead End Diner by Rebecca Schumejda.
In 2010 she won the Fort Wayne Dance for All Choreography Completion in the phrased non-country. She won, being the youngest choreographer, and it was her first year.
“Line dancing is for everyone, whether you have danced for ten, twenty years or never. It’s more than fun, I love it. Dancing is a great way to exercise and it is so good for you.”