Meet RA (and my freshman roommate) Su Jean!
Virtual Tours by Students
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This year I'm serving as a resident assistant from Seoul, South Korea. Yeah, and Soo Jin was also my roommate for freshman, sophomore and junior, So you know it. So why did you choose Notre Dame? So your name is really unique place and it really has a really unique culture. I was definitely attracted to the whole liberal arts philosophy of very Catholic traditions, in the fact that the school is very rooted in tradition and leg. Afia had a lot of history and culture surrounding it, so that definitely played a big role in at the sports. Culture is definitely unique to this school on brings and says a lot about the students here. So that's what and what sport do you do on campus? So I've a club rugby, which is hence the face. My black eyes kind of fading out right now in the moment, but I played club Rugby Woman's Club right here. It's just been an awesome way for me to connect with St Mary. Students will across students and have a family here outside of the Residents Hole and in a very competitive environment. So how would you describe the Notre Dame student body is a home I think everyone is very prevented, has a great sense of integrity. I think a lot of people like that are drawn to school because of the Catholic roots of Catholic tradition. So people have a very strong sense of integrity of police and choose to do the right thing. I'm also take classes in business school, and Mendoza's model was asked more business. It's because we have a lot of problems in the business industry and people our tend to be exploited of, especially with father speaking motives. It's great to see this kind of Catholic philosophy and care for one another, coming to all aspects of our economics, the way we like our resident. So how would you describe the academic culture? Did you kind of speak at it from how it is in your science Classes versus how it is in your business class is if there's a difference. Yeah, academic environment is definitely challenging and collaborative at the same times of science is really, really challenges and pushes Tio pursue higher degrees. They're always, like, asked us research and do things outside of the classroom, which is awesome and in the same way business has that challenge. Accept because it's business or it's less directed. Professionals was more collaboration outside of Boston, which is super important because you'll be asked about those interviews when you're getting jobs. That's kind of what we look for real life experience. They definitely have different ways that they challenge me, but both are very back it up of rigorous. What is your favorite and least favorite part of nature? My favorite would be the residential life and community. It's kind of, ah, Notre Dame itself is a super unique place, kind of like a bubble. Within this bubble it's nice to have a micro qassam almost off another very unique distance collaborative support of culture of which is the residence hall that has your own mascot. Your own chance, your own colors, your own just personality. It's really formative, especially when you called this place your home and your family and your sisters and brothers. My least favorite part is leaving you graduating this year, Butters.