Kyung Ah Chung | Undergraduate | Biological Sciences
International Student Ambassador
Movie nights. Late night girl talks. Cooking nights. Cheese
party. Study all-nighters. It all happens right here, in the
It all started with getting to know the students on my floor. In
our first week of moving in, the students got together on the wide
grass lawn right outside of Governors and played Ninja. It started
the party; a couple of kids from the same floor started to plan
morning jogs, and soon enough, half the hall joined in for a nice
morning jog around North Campus!
That was the start of our friendship. As Clinton Hall of Governors Complex had a large number of international students, many of them got together and made a potluck dinner for each other. Foods consisted of ramen noodles and bulgogi (stir-fried meat) from South Korea, dumplings and spicy tofu from China, fried rice from Malaysia, spicy shrimp curry from India and so forth.
Governors always had something for me, whether it was the food, the entertainment, the space or the equipment. All four halls, Lehman, Clinton, Dewey and Roosevelt, connected in one Governors Complex. It really helped me excel socially, academically and physically during my freshman year. It is one thing that I won't be able to forget!