Anika, 21, student in International Business/Finance, Accounting, Economics & Fashion, works at Marymount Manhattan college as an SAT coordinator: “When I was a kid I wanted to be a medical scientist. My fiancé is studying at Harvard Law … we’re getting court married in December but having the official wedding next year. I believe in [my] religion - I pray my 5 prayers a day and understand my existence. So I would say, in that spectrum I’m fairly religious… If you fit with that realm of thinking in terms of whatever has been ordained for the religion - whether it’s praying 5 times or believing in one God, if you can except those two things, then yeah, you can consider yourself religious. But, in terms of truly believing your existence, that would be another question to ask.”