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FAVORITE WORD
TO DESCRIBE ME...

Extra. It sums up my personality — how I make sure every detail is perfect, how I approach friendships, how I am energetic and happy when I'm on two hours of sleep and 12 Jamba Juices.

AT THE TOP OF MY BUCKET LIST...

I want to learn to play an instrument so bad. On the rare occasion I'm not in a good mood, music is a reminder that everything's OK.

ON HEAVY ROTATION...

Pop alternative, country and oldies – inspired by Guardians of the Galaxy.

- Alex Henderson '22
Business Administration

FAVORITE WORD
TO DESCRIBE ME...

It’s a high compliment when someone describes me as "intentional." It says a lot about how I want to make people feel. Special and loved.

PEOPLE ARE
SURPRISED THAT...

I'm really bad at texting. I have so many texts on my phone that I haven't read. But I love calling and letters. I'm kind of old-fashioned. Don't make decisions without eating first.

BEST ADVICE...

Don't make decisions without eating first.

- Annika Bjornson '22
English (Literature Track) and International Studies

HOW I PROCRASTINATE...

I read 122 books last year. It's part of
my routine – I always make time for it. I also watch a lot of Friends and Jane the Virgin on Netflix, and practice handlettering and calligraphy.

BEST ADVICE...

To write a book. Probably young adult fiction. Take care of yourself and practice self-care. It's super important in college. I'm an introvert, and finding time to be alone and recharge is really important.

TOP OF MY BUCKET LIST...

To write a book. Probably young adult fiction.

- Kendy Urzua Valadez '22
Elementary Education

PEOPLE ARE SURPRISED THAT...

I'm Native, black and Hispanic. People look at my features and think I'm just black.

WHAT I COULDN'T LIVE WITHOUT...

My do-rags. I have eight of them, all different colors, all a part of me. When I wear one, it's an expression of myself, my culture and my mood.

BEST ADVICE...

Kindness goes a long way. You don't understand what people are going through, but kindness allows people to open up to you and allows you to open up to them.

- Chris Clay '22
Community Health and Spanish