By Study Breaks Staff
Words by Aliyah Thomas, Howard University.
DePaul University’s Michael Lynch talks Beyoncé, more Beyoncé and Michelle Obama.
Louisiana State University’s Jason Badeaux talks of his dream job, the Kardashians and caramel.
Baylor’s Amye Dickerson talks about the Astros, salsa and her secret penchant for freestyling in this month’s questionnaire.
Southern Methodist University’s student body president David Shirzad talks about not having enough hours in the day and cooking mac and cheese.
Texas Woman’s University’s student body president Kristopher Johnson talks about being named TWU’s Emerging Leader of the Year and his secret talent.
The University of Dallas’ student body president, Karmina Martinez Ruiz, reflects on being one of eleven children and the writing of Gabriel Garcia Marquez.
On this month’s ‘Meet the President,’ the Red Raider talks taking criticism with a grain of salt, except when it comes to his guacamole.
In our survey, the Bobcats’ newest student body president admits to a predilection for scotch, steak and, if the mood is right, occasionally some very good migas.
Though she does know a lot about agriculture, Cole is more focused on reforming the education system than carving rib-eyes.
In typical Houstonian fashion, she wouldn’t tell us her favorite restaurant, probably for fear of it becoming too popular.
The Business Administration major loves philosophy and identifies with Superman. Coincidence?
The student body president of Oregon University dishes on her secret culinary dreams, and more, in the Study Breaks questionnaire.
Syedah, a Texas native navigating the University of Minnesota tundra, reflects on leadership and failure in our questionnaire.
Curators Jessie Collier, Jesus Acosta, Kelsey Cadenas and Sarah Hallal weigh in on trends and faux pas for the coming season.
Saucedo, the first in his family to go to college, had always dreamed of being the school’s student figurehead.
From biking to Anchorage to the best pho in Austin, Helgren talks life in the burnt orange.
Josh Yazdian, a student at Indiana University and founder of Yaz Apparel, knew his clothing could be a hit when he discovered that people were stealing it.
If you think you smell like pot, you smell like pot.
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