What I love about SFA...
Published: Thursday, February 21, 2013
Updated: Thursday, February 21, 2013 13:02
“I love how SFA has so much school spirit! — Kaiulani Rarangol
“I love where it’s located and the scenery around town” — Andy Nguyen
“I love how reading the confessions pages makes me realize I’m a better person than 75 percent of others on campus. Actually, that number may be a little conservative.” —Jason Collins
“I love the fact that I get to do my laundry for free.” —Elizabeth Brown
“I love the amount of space available to go and study. If the library doesn’t work for you, you can study in one of the rooms in the new AARC, the rooms in the student center, or any of the lounge areas located across campus. It definitely comes in handy.” —Jamie Edmisten
“I love my criminal justice professors because they teach not only from the book, but from personal experience.” —Rachel Hilburn
“I like how pretty it is. All of the trees, and the warm-ish weather.” —Kathryn Howell
“I think the one thing that kinda’ stands out for me about SFA (and I think this applies to people of all majors) is a sense of belonging. There’s something for everyone, and because of that, I think everyone can find their own special group of people they can consider almost their second family. I managed to find that through my fraternity, but there are plenty of non-Greek organizations that can accomplish the same thing. This is one of the big reasons why I’m proud to be an SFA alumnus.” —Violet Porter
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