Travis K. Chai Andrade is a Native Hawaiian born and raised on Hawaiʻi island. Currently a freshman at Princeton, Travis plans on studying anthropology and enjoys learning about the history and politics of the Hawaiian Kingdom and its goverment. He is also fascinated by the concepts of rites of passage and liminality.
Outside of classes, Travis enjoys ensuring the stories of indigenous people are heard and shared. In highschool, he worked with Lehua Waianuhea to create Ala ʻŌiwi, an anthology showcasing the power of student voices. At Princeton, he is part of the APIDA (Asian, Pacific Islander, Desi American) Heritage Month Planning Comittee and recently joined Natives at Princeton.