I came to RIT because it seemed right. I visited multiple times and when I came for the College and Careers program my heart was set on it. I remember telling my mom when I got back into the car to leave “I’m coming here.”
If you could be any inanimate object/animal/indigenous plant variety, what would you be and why?
I would be an eagle. So I could soar in the skies at a whim and look at everything below with great ease and power.
What was the most memorable class you’ve had?
That has to be Materials Processing my first quarter here. This isn’t because of the material but because of a very important lesson Professor Scarborough taught us the first week of class. “If you think outside the box people die. You have to think on the edge of the box.”
If you had to choose between burning to death or freezing to death, which would you choose?
The only reason I have the answer to this question is because I talked about it in my Materials Science Lab the other day as we were arguing if we would rather stick our finger in hot oil or -60 degree C alcohol. I would rather freeze to death because I would loose the feeling in my nerves.