Student on the Street: Questions of the Day: What was the best and worst thing that happened this summer?

Jeremiah Tillman-Wallace, a junior Marketing major from Baltimore, Md., says the best thing this summer was "I got a few summer classes out of the way." The worst thing? "I barely had a summer because of it."

Jeremiah Tillman-Wallace, a junior Marketing major from Baltimore, Md., says the best thing this summer was “I got a few summer classes out of the way.” The worst thing? “I barely had a summer because of it.”

Unique Brown, a junior Journalism major from Baltimore, MD, says the best thing that happened this summer "was vacation." The worst thing? "I got laid off work."

Unique Brown, a junior Journalism major from Baltimore, MD, says the best thing that happened this summer “was vacation.” The worst thing? “I got laid off work.”

Gregory Hall Jr., a junior Electrical Engineering major from New York, NY says the best thing that happened to him was "[going] to Oshkosh, Wisconsin." The worst thing? "[Scrapping] both [my] knees on his trip at Oshkosh, Wisconsin."

Gregory Hall Jr., a junior Electrical Engineering major from New York, NY says the best thing that happened to him was “[going] to Oshkosh, Wisconsin.” The worst thing? “[Scrapping] both [my] knees on his trip at Oshkosh, Wisconsin.”

Rodania Joseph is a sophomore with an undeclared major. "I've had a pretty boring summer," she says. "Nothing good or bad happened."

Rodania Joseph is a sophomore with an undeclared major. “I’ve had a pretty boring summer,” she says. “Nothing good or bad happened.”

Devon Coleman, a junior Electrical Engineering major from Baltimore Md.,  says that the best thing that happened this summer was a "neighborhood pool party." The worst thing? "No job was hiring this summer."

Devon Coleman, a junior Electrical Engineering major from Baltimore Md., says that the best thing that happened this summer was a “neighborhood pool party.” The worst thing? “No job was hiring this summer.”

Megan Speranza, a freshman Marketing major from New York says the best thing this summer was "I had fun at the beach." The worst thing? "The start of school."

Megan Speranza, a freshman Marketing major from New York says the best thing this summer was “I had fun at the beach.” The worst thing? “The start of school.”

Ahjahnae LaQuer, a senior Journalism major from New Jersey said that the best thing that happened over the summer was "falling in love." The worst thing? "There wasn't anything bad."

Ahjahnae LaQuer, a senior Journalism major from New Jersey said that the best thing that happened over the summer was “falling in love.” The worst thing? “There wasn’t anything bad.”

Wyman Jones, Jr., a sophomore, Broadcast & Integrated Media major from Prince George's County, Md., said the best thing that happened this summer was "gaining work experience." The worst thing? "Losing $100"

Wyman Jones, Jr., a sophomore, Broadcast & Integrated Media major from Prince George’s County, Md., said the best thing that happened this summer was “gaining work experience.”
The worst thing? “Losing $100”

Michael Anderson, junior Broadcast major from Prince George's County Md. says the best thing that happened this summer was "passing all my summer classes." The worst thing? "I did the same thing everyday," he says.

Michael Anderson, junior Broadcast major from Prince George’s County Md. says the
best thing that happened this summer was “passing all my summer classes.” The worst thing? “I did the same thing everyday,” he says.

Miya Green, a freshmen, Information System major from Washington, DC., says the best thing that happened all summer was "Cutting my hair. I'm pretty happy about that." The worst thing? "I kept getting migraines."

Miya Green, a freshmen, Information System major from Washington, DC., says the best thing that happened all summer was “Cutting my hair. I’m pretty happy about that.” The worst thing?
“I kept getting migraines.”

 

 

 

 

 

Abimbola Akindileni is a sophomore Accounting major. She says the best thing this summer was being able to travel out of state to spend time with family and taking a few summer classes.

Abimbola Akindileni is a sophomore Accounting major. She says the best thing this summer was being able to travel out of state to spend time with family and taking a few summer classes.

Rahskan Stewart is a sophomore Accounting major from Washington DC. Stewart says he had a pretty normal summer. "Nothing bad or good has occurred," He says.

Rahskan Stewart is a sophomore Accounting major from Washington DC. Stewart says he had a pretty normal summer. “Nothing bad or good has occurred,” He says.

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