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Thursday, December 3, 2020

Get to Know Western: Adam Estrada

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With each entry of Get to Know Western, The Western Front will interview students and staff for a new insight on campus life. This week, we interviewed Bellingham local and freshman, Adam Estrada.


Q: Why did you pick Western?

A: I am from the area, and the people of Bellingham are so much nicer and so much more genuine than anybody I have ever met in another town. Being around good people makes life more enjoyable.

Q: What is your favorite thing about Western?

A: I love the bricks. The weather is a plus, I love the rain and all the seasons.  

Q: What has been your favorite class so far?

My favorite class so far is probably Math 112. I really love working with numbers, they are interesting to me.

Q:  What do you like to do around Bellingham?

A: I love going to Baker to ski in the winter. I also enjoy all of the events around town, like the farmers market.

Q: Best piece of advice for students?

A: Find your niche and stick with it.

Q: What makes you the most unique?

A: I have a T-shirt company- Unfounded.

Q: How long have you had your T-shirt company?

A: My buddy and I started it a couple years ago; we make sweatshirts whenever we have money and sell them to our friends. We make just enough to keep it going.

Q: What made you want to start Unfounded?

A: I have been drawing ever since I was little.  


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