Chloe Torres

Chloe Torres
Class of 2021
Major: Business Administration (Information Systems)
Minor: Statistical Methods

Short Bio

My name is Chloe Torres and I grew up in Orange County, California. I am currently a junior in the Questrom School of Business, pursuing a concentration in Information Systems and a minor in Statistical Methods. I thrive in fast-paced environments driven by results, and highly value bold ideas and team engagement. My interest in research and creative problem-solving stems from my on-going involvement in issues facing the Asian-American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community.

Activities & Interests

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Delta Sigma Pi

Delta Sigma Pi is one of three professional business fraternity's on campus. Boston University's Gamma chapter was chartered in 1916, and is now the oldest active chapter in the United States. It is only open to Questrom/SHA/Econ majors.

Currently, I am President of Delta Sigma Pi Gamma chapter. I have been in the organization since my freshman spring semester, and have held multiple positions including: Pledge Class President, Social Director, and Brotherhood Chair.

DSP Gamma Chapter
Information about Boston University's Delta Sigma Pi Gamma chapter.

National DSP Website
National resources available to all members of the Fraternity.

Asian Student Union

Asian Student Union is an all-inclusive asian culture group on campus. It is one of the largest (if not the largest) culture affinity group at Boston University. Asian Student Union focuses on raising awareness about the Asian and Asian-American issues both within Boston University and the wider community.

I joined Asian Student Union my freshman year, and quickly became involved as Freshmen Representative. I would later serve as Public Relations Chair my sophomore year. In this position, I was in charge of updating our social media accounts, mainly via Instagram and Facebook, as well as hosting our annual social justice event.

ASU Facebook
Best way to keep up to date with BU's Asian community.

ASU Blog
AS U Are Blog features people in the ASU community.


I have always been very involved in the art community – whether it be through dance, music, or visual arts. When I was little, I simultanously took ballet, hiphop, vocal lessons, and art classes. It was a big part of my childhood, and now although it wasn't for me to pursue a career in it, art has proven to be a theraputic stress reliever.

Pictured is my favorite visual art medium: painting on canvas. In high school, I was fortunate enough to learn how to paint with oils. It's a very expensive hobby, but the paint does not dry as fast as acrylics. But alas, I am a college students, and I fund my own hobbies, so acrylic paint will have to do for now.

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Coming from across the States, I felt nervous about my transition to a new city, but excited to explore what was in store for me. I have always had an adventurous spirit, and I made it my goal to take advantage of the unique opportunity that I had – not everyone is able to travel so far for college.

Thankfully, I have been blessed with people to guide me along the way. Whether it's showing me around the city, or reccommending the go-to spots, these people have made Boston feel more and more like a place I can call home. Special shoutout to Jonathan for dealing with me – definitely going to miss him. Linked is The Boston Calendar, a resource I often used to find what's happening in the area.

The Boston Calendar
Lists a plethora of fun activities in your local area.