Student residence interview

Interviewee: Shaelyn Harold
Year: Junior
Major: Spanish
Hometown: Wilson, North Carolina

Tell me a little about yourself:

I am a Spanish major at Campbell University Student hoping to either interpret or
teach Spanish at the high school level. I am a part of the Campbell Equestrian
Team and have been riding horses for roughly 12 years. My relationships with
my family and friends, my faith, and the Spanish language are most important
to me.

What have you found is the hardest thing about living on campus and how did you/how could you overcome it?

The hardest thing about living on campus at Campbell is that you must make
your own fun in a place like Buies Creek. This is easiest way to overcome this
is by finding a great group of people with the same interests and energy to
have fun with.

If you could change one thing about your current school environment, what
would it be?

“If I could change one thing about my current school environment, I would
encourage foreign languages as more of a priority. There are plenty of
international students on campus with very few students who aim to learn a foreign language or culture. I would encourage more foreign language and
cultural clubs to help water down cultural division across campus.

– Written by: Karina Adame


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