Jacolyn ucr experience
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I'm telling you my money because I'm ready. My major is business, and my concentration is marketing. Hey, uh, so why did you choose? Um, truthfully, I didn't really like choosy. CR is my first choice, but eh, in the end, Like, I'm really glad that I came here. I think this is the perfect school for me and schools. What, you wake up? How's the economic environment here? What? Well, um, I think it's different for every major, of course, But for me, especially because I've been a professional fraternity, I feel that, uh, I'm with more motivated people. That I am a confined environment is kind of like a card play hard kind of thing. Have you experienced any other conferences? Um, yes. Actually, I went to Irvine, was my top priority that I wanted to go, Teo, but truthfully, I didn't really like the campus. See, I have nothing to do with, um, with, uh, one of the best things beside one of best characteristics of our side. Honestly, I think the diverse city, I think it's just amazing how so many different people kids somehow be connected in some way or in some interest or hobby organization. You tell me about some of the people you meet met here at Riverside, The people that I've met. Uh, they're really special people I met from my professional fraternity Delta Sigma Pi. So the people that I met in there beside mostly come from Yeah, like the organization's I've been involved in. So at the Recreation centre, my coworkers I've gone close of my fraternity of most of them and in our associative status program board that you bet programming like organization I've got. I've met a lot of people from there to, and they're all connected like Sony mutuals. Just make connections with different people different on any advice for incoming freshman's didn't come to Riverside. I think the first quarter is to kind of get a grip on, like how college works and everything. There's so many things for you that, like I don't think it's an excuse to, like, always be in your door because there's just so many things to be doing with your college career and experiences, so explore it, go out there.