Diane Ford is currently a sophomore Economics/ Pre-law major. Here, she tells us of her journey to Campbell, and her plans for when she leaves.
Q: What is an interesting fact about you?
A: I went to a boarding school in Hershey, PA. It was actually founded by Milton Hershey, the guy who makes chocolate.
Q: Did you want to go to boarding school?
A: Yes. When I moved to New York, my mom didn’t want me to go to school in my neighborhood since it wasn’t too nice. So we looked in state first, then out of state. The school I went to offers an $80,000 college scholarship to graduates, so I figured that was a good choice.
Q: How did you find Campbell?
A: My older brother attended so I visited a lot and I fell in love with the campus and the school.
Q: What do you want to do with a degree in Economics/ Pre-law?
A: I want to either practice health law, or be a corporate lawyer.
Q: What made you choose this major and path?
A: It is a fairly general major, so if I want to change my mind it won’t be too hard. I was not too sure what type of law I wanted to practice but business law led me economics. I just knew I did not want to practice criminal law.
Q: What made you choose law?
A: I am a good public speaker and I am quite opinionated. I am good at debates. I think it is a really interesting field.
Q: What is your favorite color?
Interview By: Beth Pandone