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Humans of Point: Morgan Koth

Morgan Koth is a senior communication sciences and disorders (speech therapy) major. Spotted at: CPS Café What was your first thought when you woke up this morning? “I was excited to have a speech therapy session with my very own client. We’re going to play valentines day games, it’s going to be a lot of fun!” If you could go ... Read More »

Humans of Point: James Kuzmic and Ethan Englund

James Kuzmic is a freshman music performance and education major. He plays the tuba and trombone. Spotted at: NFAC Courtyard If you could name a star, what would you name it? “Rats because that’s star backwards.” How did you survive the snowstorm? “Staying in the building.” Who is your role model? “David Hanke.” What would be your dream job? “Playing ... Read More »

Humans of Point: Zoe Zi Wei Thompson-Eagan

Zoe Zi Wei Thompson-Eagan is a senior history major spotted on the first floor of the library. Do you prefer snowy or rainy days more and why? “Rainy days because, as I always say, ‘they’re cuddly and cozy days.'” What is your favorite winter memory? “Probably when you’re a kid and you wake up and it’s a snow day.” How ... Read More »

Humans of Point: Andrew Sprutta

Andrew Sprutta is a senior natural research management and conservation biologist spotted walking though the library. Do you prefer snowy or rainy days more and why? “Snow, to go skiing.” What is your favorite winter memory? “Winter camping in Slovenia.” How do you pass the time in winter? “Skiing, downhill, cross country and spilling coffee on myself.” What was the ... Read More »

Humans of Point: Christopher Benny

Christopher Benny is a freshman pre-med and biology major. Spotted at: DUC What is the craziest thing you’ve done this year? “I joined a fraternity- Phi Sigma Phi.” What would you name your autobiography? “This Book is Too Cool for a Title” If you could move anywhere, without language barriers, where would you move? Why? “Well, I just moved from ... Read More »

Humans of Point: Darcey Aronson

Darcey Aronson is a junior psychology and Spanish major. Spotted at: DUC What was the craziest thing you’ve done this year? “I just got back from studying abroad in Spain- so traveling.” What would you name your autobiography? “How to Get People to Think You’re Joking When You’re Really Just Being Mean” If you could move anywhere, without language barriers, ... Read More »

Humans of Point: Jason Lay

Jason Lay is a junior clinical laboratory science major. Spotted at: DUC What would you name your autobiography? “The Journey of Not Knowing” What’s your jam song? “Basically anything by ‘The Ghost Inside.'” If you could move anywhere, without language barriers, where would you move? Why? “Japan. I love their culture.” If there was another day between Saturday and Sunday, ... Read More »

Humans of Point: Kala Jensen

Kala Jensen is a senior English major. Spotted at: DUC What was the craziest thing you’ve done this year? “I stayed up two nights in a row writing papers for midterms.” What would you name your autobiography? “How I survived going insane slowly.” What’s your jam song? “”Ex’s and Oh’s by Elle King.” If you could move anywhere, without language ... Read More »

Humans of Point: Marie Krengel

Marie Krengel is a junior health promotion and wellness major. Spotted at: CPS Café What was the craziest thing you’ve done this year? “I went cliff jumping in a quarry.” What’s your jam song? “Surrender by Cash Cash” If you could move anywhere without language barriers, where would you move? Why? “Italy, just ’cause.” What’s your favorite quote? “The meaning of ... Read More »

Humans of Point

Alicia Dealebroux is a sophomore health promotion and wellness major. Spotted at: CPS Café What was the craziest thing you’ve done this year? “I went waterfall hunting in the UP. We saw eight waterfalls.” What would you name your autobiography? “The Uneventful Life of Alicia Dalebroux” What’s your jam song? “Hideaway by Daya” If you could move anywhere, without language ... Read More »