studies major from Oak Ridge High School in Spring
ties: My sister, Kathy Montoya, is a senior photography
major at UNT.
memory from freshman year: I enjoyed getting to meet so
many new people and going on retreats. I especially liked going
on a retreat called Link, through an organization called College
Life. We rode on a banana boat and played out on the lake.
surprising thing about freshman year: Everyone was so friendly,
and it was incredibly easy to make friends. It was harder at times
than I had expected it to be, but more fun than I had expected too.
thing about living in the residence hall: Sometimes it
was just too hard to get any time to spend by myself because there
were constantly people calling or knocking on the door, which was
mostly good, but once in a while I wanted to be alone.
thing about having a roommate: I love the late-night talks
that we shared, and just hanging out together. She’s one of
my best friends now, and it was nice always having someone to go
to the cafeteria with.
point of freshman year: Second semester was pretty hard,
trying to balance grades, friends, ministry and everything else.
But, it was also a pretty low point in October when my grandma got
most about home: My parents.
class: Stress Reduction Through Movement.
spot on campus: The hill in front of Bruce Hall, where
the Music Building is.
favorite spot on campus: Being parked under any tree when
all the birds are around, or being afraid to sit or walk under any
thing to do on campus: Hang out with friends or check my
book: The Bible.
meal in the cafeteria: Chicken strips.
way to take a break from studying: Hang out with friends.
Go downstairs and see what everyone is up to. Play Mafia.
advice about getting through freshman year: My sister told
me to introduce myself to all of my professors the first day of
important lesson learned: Pray!
forward to most for sophomore year: Living at Clark, ministry
and getting to know more people and my new roommate.
2001 courses (12 hours):
U.S. History to 1865
2002 courses (13 hours):
Principles of Microeconomics
Stress Reduction Through Movement
Gender Across Cultures