Michał Roguski, chemistry sophomore, moved to the U.S. from Poland the day before his freshman year at OCU. He is gainfully employed as an algebra tutor in the Learning Enhancement Center, but he has opinions on everything except cilantro.
Q: How do you say your name?
A: Michał. It’s almost Michael, but not quite.
Q: What are you going to be for Halloween?
A: I was thinking of being a movie character, maybe Thor or Captain America. It’ll probably be something Marvel-related, but I have not decided yet.
Q: If you could only speak in an animal’s noise, which animal noise would you choose?
Q: If there were no consequences, what would you wear to work every day?
A: Just casual clothes. I’d wear what I wear now, I guess. Do I look like I care? Maybe not, but I’m comfy.
Q: What book or movie makes you the most angry?
A: The third episode of Star Wars, the execution of Order 66. It’s a combination of angry and sad. That’s when they kill all the Jedi and the evil people rule the galaxy.
Q: If you were a chef, what would be your specialty?
A: Breakfast. I’d make omelette in particular. Yeah, different kinds of omelettes.
Q: What is your favorite afternoon activity?
A: Napping, definitely napping.o
Q: What is the ideal picnic location?
Q: How do you feel about cilantro?
A: I have no opinion.
Q: Describe your ideal house.
A: Two stories. No more. Not too big. Modern with a fire place and a huge garden. Maybe a small pond or a swimming pool.
Q: If elevators could only play one song, what song would you want it to be?
A: AC/DC’s “Highway to Hell.”
Q: What is your favorite part about OCU?
A: I guess it’s a small, cozy environment. Every class is close.
Q: What is your least favorite part of OCU?
A: I guess the same things. It’s a small environment. Not much changes.
Q: What is something very few people know about you?
A: I’m really an open book. I used to play clarinet in music school.
Q: What you want to do after graduation?
A: I want to go to grad school for chemical engineering, maybe in the U.S. Or, I could go somewhere else in the world. It doesn’t matter to me.
Q: Where do you want to live eventually?
A: Eventually, I’d want to live in Italy I think. I’ve been there a few times. Last summer, I visited my girlfriend there when she was studying abroad. I traveled around with her.
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