Daylor McFate
senior, music business
Laurel, MT

By Cassie Winter, University Relations and Communications Intern

 

What is the biggest difference for you between high school and college?

 

“Ping-Pong. I didn’t have a Ping-Pong table where I went to school. I’ve made friends, actually a lot of friends through Ping-Pong. And, sometimes it gives me an excuse to skip a class here and there, mostly my college algebra class.”

 

What has been one of the best moments in your college experience?

 

“When I found out that I didn’t have to take Spanish to get my degree. But really, it would probably be getting involved in Intervarsity and making friends and the trips we have gotten to go on. We play games, sing worship songs, have bible studies. It’s a good way to meet college students and share what we’re going though and find people to relate with about college and life in general.”

 

Besides a degree what do you hope to get out of college?

 

“The biggest part is just building relationships with people that will last past college. That and I’ve really stepped out of my comfort zone. I’m not as afraid to talk to people and teachers.”

 

What impact will you leave on MSUB?

 

“Hoping to help the campus get a few more Ping-Pong tables. I’ve written some letters and gone to all these meetings.”

 

 

 

Daylor

 

Daylor with paddle and ping pong ball