1. List three words that your friends have used to describe you?
Having to pick from so many is tough, but I would say loud, shy, and giggly.
2. What last made you laugh?
I honestly can not remember, but probably a random conversation with friends, they just never fail.
3. What made you want to become a member of AGS?
Once upon a time, I felt like being in a club would do me good and AGS seemed like the best choice out of all. I joined primarily for the experience and the opportunity to meet new people, but I do must say that its perks did make just a bit more appealing. So far it has been much more than what I had ever expected, and I hope it keeps getting better.
4. What has been your most memorable experience in AGS thus far?
Every experience in AGS has been memorable, some a bit more than others, but none has gone unnoticed. But if I had to pick one out of all I would say Spring Convention. It was an event that blew my mind away. It made me feel proud to know that I part of a society that is comprised of so many hard-working students and professors.
5. In what ways has AGS benefited you?
AGS has made my stay at PCC much more enjoyable in every aspect. It has made me more aware of what goes on around campus, and introduced me to many programs that help students get through college successfully. Joining AGS has definitely been one of the best decisions I have made.
6. Describe AGS in one word. Briefly explain.
AGS is a great opportunity for students to take advantage of. It is not just about a notation on a transcript, it is about the great opportunities of leadership and academic achievement it holds. Within its many positions and committees there are opportunities to hone skills that are sure to be useful in the near future. AGS is the opportunity that allows students to be better.