Members of the Month: Quyen Ho and Romeo Pichinte

           

Quyen Ho:

1. List three words that your friends have used to describe you.

 ”Shy, weird, nice.”

2. What last made you laugh?

A joke from a friend.”

3. What made you want to become a member of AGS?

 ”I want to become an AGS member because I want to have more experiences with new people and have more fun while attending college.”

4. What has been your most memorable experience of AGS thus far?

“My most memorable experience of AGS thus far is being in Blast A Scholar committee last semester. Being in a committee is really nice because you feel like you are helping to develop the club and have a strong connection with AGS.”

5. In what ways has AGS benefited you?

“I have a lot of fun in here. Many times, I found myself going to AGS events to release stresses. And I met a lot of people here; some of them have become my close friends.”

6. Describe AGS in one word. Briefly explain.

“Fun!!! AGS members are hilarious! I always have a good laugh when I see them.”

 

 

 

Romeo Pichinte:

1. List three words that your friends have used to describe you.

“Responsible, nice, funny.”

2. What last made you laugh?

“My girlfriend and I went to the movies to see Identity Theft.”

3. What made you want to become a member of AGS?

  “I became an AGS member because I wanted to be in something that is more than just a club. A club that treats you as family and at the same time is serious about what they are doing; for example, the blood drive that takes place at the end of every month to help those in need.”

4. What has been your most memorable experience of AGS thus far?

“My most memorable experience with AGS is going to be the T.V taping of Two and a Half Men.”

5. In what ways has AGS benefited you?

“AGS has benefited me in many ways. AGS has taught me how to be a leader and the importance of doing extra curricular activities.”

6. Describe AGS in one word. Briefly explain.

 ”Satisfaction. AGS gives me a feeling of satisfaction. Even though this is my first semester in AGS, everyone treats me as if I have been in AGS the whole year. “