What are you most proud of doing while at W&J?
Firstly, I'm proud of passing all my classes during COVID. Secondly, I'm proud that I pushed myself to work hard every year, even when it was difficult. As a Congolese student who had never experienced an American College, it was not easy for me. Many people thought that I wouldn't be able to make it, but I did. English is my fourth language, but I had many professors who believed in me and helped me, like Dr Manzari, Dr. Leet, and Dr Buba. I am very grateful for them, the staff at W&J, and my friends.
What are you going to miss the most about W&J?
I will miss the many opportunities that W&J has given me.
What advice would you give to incoming or prospective students?
My advice to incoming students is to work hard and believe in yourself--that's the key. Don’t let anyone to bring your dream down. Keep your head up and keep pushing, no matter what. Be strong, because you deserve to succeed.
What or whom was your favorite class or professor? Why?
My favorite professor was Dr. Manzari because he inspires me on many things, such as the way he teaches and respects students. He's also a good mentor.