Hello Hello! It’s time to bring you another edition of our Students In-Focus! This week, we’re focusing on Chanel Fuchigami! She’s quite popular in our office, around campus, and has even been on national TV! While you may have seen her just once on Wipeout – we get to see her shining face everyday! Here’s a bit about her:
2. What is your major? Applied Health
3. What is your role in the MAS office? SMC for Open Door Soccer League
4. What do you love about your ministry/your job? Being surrounded by great people who I can learn from, share life and laugh with.
5. What is something you’ve learned this year? How much this University has meant to me and what a blessing it is to be able to attend a school as unique as this.
6. What are your 3 favorite words and why? Commandeer – just throw it into your everyday vernacular, such as “I’m going to commandeer your sandwich if you leave it out any longer.” Her-ego - a great phrase that feels forgotten but is definitely worth saying as much as you can, it eliminates any awkward transitions and allows you to connect things that aren’t even related. Livid – it’s the best way to add drama to any story retelling especially when the first ‘l’ is drawn out.
7. If Jon Wallace asked you to speak at graduation, what would you say? maybe.
8. What’s next for you after graduation? May 6th! And one last epic summer before starting Graduate School for Physical Therapy.
We hope you’ve enjoyed reading about Chanel! We are sad see her leave our office, but excited to see what God has in store for her next!
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