A Fun Little Game

Hey guys!

Guess who’s back? Me. This week I thought it would be fun to interview some Furman students in a lightning round type format. Basically I asked them a question and gave them 5 seconds to answer. Here’s what they said:

Catherine Hayward, ’20
Winnetka, IL
Me: Favorite place to study?
Catherine: Plyler
Me: Favorite Furman employee?
C: Dr. Armstrong in the communications department
Me: Favorite Class?
C: Minerology
Me: What’s your major and why’d you choose it?
C: Communication Studies/Environmental Sciences because I’m digitally oriented but wanted to follow my passion, which is the environment
Me: Favorite dining hall food?
C: Quesadillas
Richard Wetherill, ’20
Wilmington, NC

Me: Favorite place to study?
Rich: My Apartment
Me: Favorite Furman employee?
R: Matt Reeve (Admissions counselor)
Me: Favorite Class?
R: Ceramics
Me: What’s your major and why’d you choose it?
R: Chemistry because I enjoy the thinking that goes on behind it as opposed to straight memorization.
Me: Favorite dining hall food?
R: Ah… probably the tortilla corn soup.
Sophia Callanan, ’20
Columbus, Ohio
Me: Favorite place to study?
Sophia: Dining Hall
Me: Favorite Furman employee?
S: Leslie who works in the dining hall
Me: Favorite Class?
S: African American Rhetoric
Me: What’s your major and why’d you choose it?
S: Business because it has many open doors.
Me: Favorite dining hall food?
S: Grilled chicken and french fries and a warm cookie with ice cream.
Luke Allcock ’20
Waxhaw, NC
Me: Favorite place to study?
Luke: Front of library
Me: Favorite Furman employee?
L: Dr. Bressler in the Politics and International Affairs Department
Me: Favorite Class?
L: International Relations
Me: What’s your major and why’d you choose it?
L: Politics & International Affairs. I chose it because the department is beyond impressive and has specialty tracks within the major. Within it, I am able to focus on international relations.
Me: Favorite dining hall food?
L: Definitely fried chicken with mac & cheese
Robin Schumacher ’20
Cincinnati, OH

Me: Favorite place to study?
Robin: Library
Me: Favorite Furman employee?
R: Liz Smith in the Politics and International Affairs Department
Me: Favorite Class?
R: Political Psychology
Me: What’s your major and why’d you choose it?
R:
Business and Politics and International Affairs. I’m interested in marketing but also think politics are interesting and I like to be updated with what’s going on in the world.
Me: Favorite dining hall food?
R: Cookies and ice cream.. Is that allowed?

That’s it! Check back in next week for something fun!

Gabe

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