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    Viking Voices 10/20

    Viking Voices showcases student opinions on different issues by asking them different questions.

    Why did you choose to participate in HvZ? What are your impressions so far?


    Kalen Holbrook freshman, mathematics and computer science
    Kalen Holbrook
    freshman, mathematics and computer science


    “It was advertised to me as a giant week-long game of tag, with some kind of modifications and I thought ‘Hey that sounds really fun…and then I came here and thought ‘yeah! That’s really good.’”






    Walker Nelson, freshman, vehicle design
    Walker Nelson,
    freshman, vehicle design

    “I’ve looked it up before and I thought it would be really cool and just really fun to do. It’s a great way to meet new people. It sounds really awesome and I can’t wait.”

    Isaac Millman, sophomore, computer science
    Isaac Millman,
    sophomore, computer science

    “Honestly this is both the most fun I have all semester and the most exercise I get all semester.”

    Glenn Anderson, senior, communication studies and psychology
    Glenn Anderson,
    senior, communication studies and psychology

    “It’s definitely one of the best things that’s happened to me since I got to Western. It’s where I met most of my friends. It’s so much fun, it makes going to class into a not-monotonous experience.”


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