Project: UIC Snapshot (ft. Michele Resele)

October 27, 2020 by Qirrat Ahmad

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Interview with Michele Resele, who started in the fall of 2020. Majoring in Underwood Division, Political Science and International Relations. She’s a General Officer in UGC and a member of the YUU Debate Club.

What is your typical day in college?

I actually signed up for 9 AM classes. I get up at 8:50 and still make it in time. Getting up earlier does drive me to be more productive during the day. I end the night watching Netflix just to put my mind at ease.

What’s a hobby that you love?

I actually love to read for fun. I’ve been reading a lot of dystopian fiction, and it always leaves me wondering how authors come to imagine the world they write about.

Why did you decide to come to attend Yonsei University?

Yonsei was not my first choice. Actually, I was planning on going to Canada. However, once I received my acceptance letter from Yonsei, I started thinking about the bigger picture. Career wise, I do want to work and live in Asia in the future, and Korea is such a central hub for innovation and creative thinking. I think I made the right decision in coming here! No regrets!

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