"My number one piece of advice I have for students is to get your work done before you do anything else. During your college years, there will be A LOT of things that will compete for your time. Part of the whole 'college experience' is having a social life and enjoying your time; however, if you don’t get your priorities in check, you won’t be in college long enough to enjoy the social aspect of it."
Extracurriculars: Future Business Leaders of America – Phi Beta Lambda (FBLA-PBL)
Favorite Place on Campus: My favorite place on campus has to be the spot behind the Business & Economics Building. It has a nice little view and it’s so quiet. It’s the perfect spot to get away when you need a break in between classes, while still being on campus and enjoying all that WVU is.
Favorites: I am a HUGE book person and I love to travel. I try to take as many opportunities as I can to see new places when I can, even if they aren’t the biggest cities in the world.
- Food: Bacon
- Color: Pink
- Book: Keeper of the Doves by Betsy Cromer Byars
- Book Series: Witch & Wizard by James Patterson or Fallen by Lauren Kate
- Season: Summer
- Class: Economics 301, Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
- Teachers: Michael Sacks (from B&E) or Joseph Snow (World Religions Professor)
Why do you love WVU? I
love WVU because there is such a sense of family among all of us. You could be
in another country and see someone with a Flying WV hat on, or be walking
though the most random place and hear “LET”S GO MOUNTAINEERS!!!” I love B&E
because the faculty and staff here genuinely care about the students. There are
so many resources available to us here, and you could walk into a random
professor’s office and ask them for help on an obscure problem, and if they
don’t know how to help you, they’ll point you to the direction of someone who