Caroline Rakus-Wojciechowski is a senior from Long Island, New York. Currently residing in Eliot House, she is concentrating in the Archaeology Track of Anthropology with a secondary in Human Evolutionary Biology and a Language Citation in Spanish. Die Fledermaus will be her operatic debut at Harvard and she is very excited to be a part of the production. She is heavily involved in the choral community at Harvard: she is the Vice President of Radcliffe Choral Society and is a member of the Harvard University Choir. She has been a member of The Harvard Fallen Angels since her junior fall and has recently finished her two- year tenure as music minister at St. Paul Church. She has taken part in various campus organizations such as Harvard- Radcliffe Gilbert and Sullivan Players in the production of Pirates of Penzance on the French Horn, the Harvard University Band on Mellophone, and will be partaking in Ghungroo this spring. She studies voice with Elizabeth Eschen.