Ben Kubie

Interdisciplinary Studies: Nutrition and Sociology

I appreciate every single person that made my transfer into SCSU as a sophomore/junior successful and painless. It would have been a much different experience as an incoming freshman, I know, but I went where the wind blew me and am going through something that millions of others don't get the chance of, called graduation. I will also never know the utmost relief of finally paying off loans or being a first generation, but I still want to recognize their drive in seeing the light at the end of the tunnel.

Favorite Time at SCSU

Meeting more people from my home town with similar music interests after only keeping a friend that stayed around since elementary school. Being closer to my family to know they’re always in good health. The school had an accessible drumset that kept me drumming. Being able to build my dj experience at some parties.

What are you going to miss the most, and what are you looking forward to the most?

Connection with teachers. What the future lies ahead for my fitness career and what other possibilities are coming my way.

Advice to Incoming Students

YOUR RELATIONSHIP WITH YOUR TEACHERS IS SO VALUABLE. You can avoid it all you want and go mess around and live your true college life, but don’t come crying back to the ones that mattered because you thought you were better off doing “other things” to keep yourself satisfied. This goes for clubs as well and work opportunities. TRY TO FIND A BALANCE. If you can accomplish that, you’re gold.

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