Lamton Blog Interview

Name of Interviewee: Tenzin Chosang
School: St Olaf College
Intended Major: Economics
Interests: Math, Rugby, Managerial Studies

Q: What’s your favorite part of Lamton? Why?
A: Interacting with the students and hopefully making a difference.

Q: Why did you join Lamton?
A: Parents, grew to live it. In hindsight it kept me out of trouble Friday nights and had a positive impact in my life; hope it does same for students here.

Q: What’s your advice for students in high school?
A: Underclassmen have fun – study hard at the same time

Upperclassmen, Be more devoted to school and understand how much harder college gets and it’s a little different in College, get into the study habits and they will compensate into college – High school is easy and benefit from it. Realization to the real world.

Q: What’s your favorite thing about college? Why?
A: Making your own challenges, you are more independent and developing relationships is key.

Q: If you could relive high school again what would you change? And Why?
A: Be a little more studious, studying more on the ACT, could be easily done benefits in college and the future.

 

Name of Interviewee: Norzin Wangpo
School: University of Minnesota
Intended Major: Economics and Chinese
Interests: Fitness and Health

Q: What’s your favorite part of Lamton? Why?
A:  The interactions with younger Tibetans.

Q: Why did you join Lamton?
A:  Lamton is a forum for Minnesota Tibetan High Schoolers who has the initiative and drive to succeed and a forum for Tibetan college students and graduates to make a difference. I want to make a difference.

Q: What’s your advice for students in high school?
A: Think positive, do positive and be positive.

Q: What’s your favorite thing about college? Why?
A: My favorite part is the independence I have in choosing classes, my major, and what I can do during my free time. Freedom is always a good thing.

Q: If you could relive high school again what would you change? And Why?
A: I wish I had a sense of purpose or motivation in learning and achieving academically. I was definitely lacking in that area during my high school year.

Kalden Choesang
11th Grade
St. Anthony High School

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