10 Questions

Why are you in college?

Because I didn’t want to get a job yet.

What are the best and worst things about what you’re studying?

The best things are probably that you get to study really important things that might have an effect on human life, like carrying diseases. The worst things are that sometimes it can be really archaic and useless.

What is your favorite place on campus?

The Pub. The grad students go there a lot to relax after being here for 12 hours a day.

What do you worry about?

Eventually getting a job after grad school.

Are men and women basically different?

Not in any major kind of way. I think a lot of the differences are social. It’s a reflection of the environment you were brought up in and what your perceptions of men and women are.

How much attention do you pay to politics?

It’s not the most important thing in my life, but I pay attention to it.

What political issue interests you most?

Right now, I guess, foreign affairs. I just moved here from 5 miles outside Manhattan, so it’s pretty close to home.

Has America changed in the past two months?

I think people are showing a different side than they used to. They’re a lot more comfortable with expressing patriotism. I’m not surprised by the way things have turned out — maybe a little.

Are you interested in the lives of celebrities?

Not really. No more than I would be in the lives of other people I don’t know.

What is the last dream you remember having?

I was on a boat, sailing.

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