Cory Matsumoto

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CO-CULTURAL

Chemistry | Physics
Prime ’19

Favorite PSA memory?

My favorite memory of PSA was when I received my first AKA’s. I think that this was when I began to feel like a true PSA member. Having such a strong bond with such amazing Ates, Kuyas, and Siblings and knowing there’s always people who will love and support you; makes PSA and college life in general a lot less stressful. (By the way, I’m picking up y’all 😉 )

What is your goal for PSA? What should we be looking forward to with you in charge?

My goal for PSA is to make sure everyone is included and feels welcome. Being, such a large group, it is easy to leave someone out. Through my role as Co-Cultural, I want to create an environment where everyone feels comfortable and included. Whether it’s in practices, performances, or outside of practice, get ready to have some fun!

What is one piece of advice you would give to people reading this?

Be vulnerable and don’t be afraid to do things that are out of your comfort zone. I know you’ve all heard this before, but it takes real guts to actually carry this advice out. Trust me, I’m still learning it, but in the end, it’s well worth the risk.

Favorite Filipino food?

LONGANISA. I had it once last year and now I’m hooked.

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