Question: Is living on campus beneficial to students?

 

Connor Mccoy-Michelson

A: I believe it gives you good connections within the college community but can be very distracting at times, especially if your roommates are noise.

Thomas Warner

A: I feel it’s good for your first year in order to sort of acclimate you to the (college) environment, so far I’d say it’s been beneficial to me.

Micah Urizar

A: I think it’s nice because we have our own dining facility and I don’t have to commute so far to get to class.

Tori Haeve

A: I think so, my sister did it last year and was able to meet a lot of great people and get involved.

Jared Rade

A: I feel like it helps people establish social relationships, it gives them more real world opportunities to deal with conflict management with the people they have to see every day.

My passion is journalism. More than just writing, it excites me to find a rabbit hole of information which no one else has written about. My Job is to inform students about topics they would otherwise have no way of knowing. Even if a few people read my stories, I have confidence those people will be more educated about a topic than they were before. As assistant news editor I've also developed a passion for teaching others. I enjoy watching a writer progress throughout a semester, knowing I helped them grow.