Meet our Blogger: Cristian
Barcelona, Spring 2016
December 18, 2015

Cristian C - Barcelona - Fall 15

Cristian was selected as an SAI scholarship recipient and blogger for the Spring 2016 term. She is a current student at The University of Texas at El Paso studying at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona in Spain, during the Spring 2016 term.

10 FUN FACTS ABOUT CRISTIAN

  1. I am a senior at The University of Texas at El Paso pursuing a major in media avertising with a double minor in marketing and management.
  2. I am currently employed at the President’s Office of my university, where I have had the opportunity to work alongside very brilliant people.
  3. Although I work and attend college in the United States, I live in Cd Juarez, Mexico, the border city with El Paso, TX, so you could say I travel internationally on a daily basis. 😝
  4. Living in a border city has given me the opportunity of being bilingual and bicultural. (Spanish/English)
  5. My hobbies include listening to music, playing guitar, working-out, and watching a good boxing match!
  6. I am a big fan of music and art in general. I am looking forward to visiting all of the world-renowned museums around Europe, and taking great pictures.
  7. I would have graduated this semester, but studying abroad was something I wanted to do before finishing my degree. This was the reason I added my second minor (management).
  8. Winter is my biggest weakness. I love hot weather, and visiting the beach!
  9. I am the bigguest Star Wars nerd!
  10. I don’t consider myself a good cook, but I do enjoy cooking, a lot!

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