Eric Flora advises the American Whig-Cliosophic Society, the nation’s oldest collegiate political, literary, and debating union. With Whig Hall positioned in the very heart of campus, the Society houses a number of subsidiaries, including Princeton Model Congress, Princeton Debate Panel, Princeton Mock Trial, and the International Relations Council. In addition to supporting the student leaders, trustees, and sponsored programs of Whig-Clio, Eric promotes the leadership development, civic involvement, and voter engagement of Princeton undergraduates.
Born and raised in New Jersey, Eric graduated from Princeton in 2019 with an A.B. in English and a certificate in Gender & Sexuality Studies. During his time as an undergraduate, he worked for ODUS as an Orientation Leader and as the Marketing & Outreach Chair of the Orientation Executive Board. A resident of Mathey College, Eric served as a Residential College Adviser through the school year (and over the summer during the Freshman Scholars' Institute). In his free time, you can find him reading fiction or running on a local trail.