Drawing on the concepts he has learned in both his major and minor, Eliezer Yeong works as a student graphic designer in the Calvin College Communications and Marketing Department. He also serves as an ambassador for the Multicultural Student Development Office.
In his free time, he plays intramural soccer, serves as an orientation leader, attends concerts in the Grand Rapids community (shout out to the last band he saw: Guster) and attends church at Madison Square North.
Below is a look at Eli’s schedule for the spring of his sophomore year, in which he is carrying a 16-credit-hour load.
My favorite class is Ethnicity in American Literature, because I get to see how history molds each writer.
I enjoy Wednesday chapels the most. Calvin is making an effort to expand student horizons with multicultural worship.
I really like Tuesdays in the Commons Dining Hall because they have General Tso chicken at the Globe stand.
On Fridays, I do my best to eat dinner off campus to give myself a little break. Last time, I went with Mike Verdi ’18 and Jori Wieringa ’17 to Gravity Taphouse Grille.
|7:00PM||INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL||INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL||INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL||HANG OUT WITH FRIENDS
I really enjoy the Empowerment Series, which is a biweekly event in the Intercultural Student Development Lounge where students come and listen to a speaker for 10 minutes. Afterward, we ask questions and work on homework. It gives minorities the opportunity to feel welcome.
|8:00PM||WORK OUT||WORK OUT||WORK OUT|