Elliot Meyers is a senior in CALS majoring in plant sciences, concentrating in plant breeding and genetics. Like 1/3 of the Cornell population, he is from Westchester County, New York. He is passionate about plants, people, hiking, memes, and science, but most importantly, he cares deeply about Judaism and the CJL. He also loves talking to prospective, incoming, and new Cornell students and helping them get to know the community! Although he is a person who really likes food, he’d rather be a plant, getting most of his food from photosynthesis. Since this is not yet possible for humans, he is content just eating lots of human food. If you’re ever looking for Elliot, listen for the sounds of a flock of Canadian geese, as he is probably with them. He also says the word “Yeet” a lot for whatever reason. Elliot is excited to serve as one of the Vice Presidents of Communications for the CJL for his third year. Feel free to contact him with any questions about the CJL or Cornell in general.