Awareness

Sarah Bueno
webmaster
Year in School: Sophomore
Major: Community Health/Pre-Nursing

What was your first impression of PSA & how does it differ from your impression of it now?
My first impression was that it was a friendly group of people. It differs in a way that we became closer and are like family.

What’s it like to be in PSA?
It’s a blast in PSA! My favorite memories are FACT, BOTB, Ricebowl, and FCN.

What advice can you give to students?
1. Make new friends and just be yourself. But sometimes take a risk and go outside your comfort level.
2. Study! Study! Study! Try not to miss lectures even though it’s tempting.
3. Have fun! It’s a large campus and there’s soooo much to do, anytime, anywhere.
Rexly Penaflorida III
webmaster
Year in School: Sophomore
Major: PolSci/Econ

What was your first impression of PSA & how does it differ from your impression of it now?
I was a transfer from Marquette University. We have a far smaller Filipino org than PSA. So I was slightly intimidated by the sheer size. But once I got to know the people in the org I felt very comfortable.

What’s it like to be in PSA?
Favorite memory of PSA is when we won Battle Last Year. I wasn’t able to participate but you can feel the energy of the org. Especially when all the hard work and effort culminates in a victory.

What advice can you give to students?
I don’t like cliches myself but I’ll just say it. College is discovery. Put yourself out there and discover things about yourself you didn’t know existed.