|Hometown:||Oconto Falls, WI|
|Major/Minor:||Theatre Arts (Acting Focus)|
Theatre, Parkside Association of Wargamers (PAW), and Pagan
Ranger Hall 4th Floor
Living in the dorms is one of the best parts of college; there's always someone around if you need help and you meet A LOT of great people that you probably wouldn't have otherwise talked to.
L2 of the Student Center there is an area by the ballroom that always has jazz coming through the speakers and no one is ever really there.
Kenosha: Char's CafÃ© or Common Grounds
Racine: Olive Garden
I love going for walks at Petrifying Springs Park.
I'll have to put down my top three because they're all a tie. Acting 2, Costume Craft, Theatre Dance
The college itself is the perfect size for me. I can get from my dorm to anywhere on campus in 15 minutes or less and its population is small enough every one of your teachers can get to know you for you.
As stated before; it's the perfect size for me, it's also far enough from home that I was able to go into the school without knowing a lot of people but close enough to home that if I need to I can just hop on a Greyhound and be there in a few hours.
Learn how to balance your school work and your personal time. Start out first semester with doing your work right away. If you follow the syllabus your teacher gives you, you can get ahead in your work and give yourself plenty of time for hanging out with friends. Also, if you get ahead on your work, when everyone else is stressing themselves out pulling all-nighters you can get a full night's sleep.