Year in school: Junior
Major: Urban Planning
What was your first impression of PSA & how does it differ from your impression of it now?
When I walked around on Quad Day and saw the Filipino flag waving, I ran over to the booth and signed up. I was
hoping that I could learn more about my Filipino culture, and that’s exactly what I got…and more! My hopes is that
our new members have this same attitude of expecting one aspect of our culture, but get so much in return.
What’s it like to be in PSA?
What’s great about PSA is that you can join for multiple and unique reasons from dancing tinikling to having an older sibling to playing basketball during your free time to preparing yourself for life after college. It amazes me how PSA has so many aspects to it.
What advice can you give to students?
When you get on campus, you are so excited to join in and be involved in so many organizations and activities. But know your limits know you’re human and you can’t do it all. Be yourself. Seek help from others when you need it. Don’t be afraid to take naps every now and then.