Name?

Constantine Choto

Age?

21

Major?

Biology

What was the first thing that came to your mind as I

introduced myself?

Interesting. I was kinda surprised to see you.

What do you want to do with your degree?

Go on to med school. See if I can become an orthopedic

surgeon.

Where are you from?

Johannesburg, Africa

Why are you here at USM?

Well, it’s the biggest school in Maine, I guess they’ve

got a good program and a good sized department.

What is your favorite thing about classes?

I like the short ones; they’re straight to the point, your

in and out, and they don’t tend to drag.

What is your worst thing about classes?

The long, monotone, boring, all-over-the-place

classes. Professors that might not seem that they’re

very directional.

Do you have any roommates?

Yes, I have two. We get along very well; they’re good people.

Are you a night owl or an early bird?

I’d say an early bird.definitely an early bird.

What you do for fun?

Watch sports, play sports, hang out with friends, play

video games, watch movies, go to dinner, I like

eating. That’s pretty much it.

What’s the worst dating experience you’ve ever had?

I guess I was hanging out with an individual that was

not very talkative, so we really didn’t have that

much to say. So I guess I thought that time had been wasted,

because I didn’t get to know them and they didn’t get

to know me. There was just a lot of silence.

What is your favorite spot at USM?

The computer lab, because I can check my email and see

people that I know, or just get some work done.

Are you in any clubs, sports, or activities at USM?

I’d like to say sports, but I’ve been on the DL

(disabled list) for awhile, so I guess I’m in between

activated and injured.

If you could start a club at USM what would it be?

It would be about emphasizing more appreciation of the

sciences and trying to support those that want to

futher themselves into other areas outside the fields

of medicine or engineering. Something that people

can come together and work hard on, and at the same time

just hang out.

What would make this school even better?

A football team and stadium. And more

investment into sports, because then they can get more

money and more facilites, more people coming in

from other states, and more people that are

different.

Any advice for USM students?

Have fun, but at the same time not too much fun.

What was the hardest thing about this interview?

Nothing really. I didn’t feel uncomfortable or nervous

about anything.

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