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What is your hometown?
I was born and raised in Othello, Wash.
What is your degree in?
I graduated from Eastern Washington University with a degree in Government/Pre-Law and a minor in Criminal Justice and Sociology. I plan on earning a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership at WSU Tri Cities.
What is your favorite Tri-Cities restaurant?
This is a tough one. My favorite restaurant has to be Famous Dave’s, with Bob’s Burgers as a close second.
What is your favorite book?
I enjoy reading books that are written on real life experiences.
What is your favorite movie?
I am a big movie person. Therefore, I have two favorites, Sweet Home Alabama and Lean on Me.
What is your favorite thing about WSU Tri-Cities?
My favorite thing about the campus is how personable it is. From its faculty and staff to its beautiful location, WSU Tri Cities is a very nice place to be. Class sizes are small and you are referred to as an individual and not just another student. It is apparent that everyone on the campus strives for student success.
What advice do you have for future WSU Tri-Cities students?
Get involved. College is a time when you will not only enhance your academic knowledge, but also learn a lot about yourself. Take advantage of all of the services that are offered on campus. And lastly, time management. Learn to manage your time between your academics and your home life, so you can have fun while pursuing your education.
What I recommend to do while visiting the Tri-Cities:
I recommend taking a walk on the Columbia Trail and hiking Badger Mountain. The scenery is amazing! Also, check out the Dust Devils, Fever, and Americans games.