First Year Voices: Exploratory Studies Major Christopher Maestoso

Christopher standing in front of Chestnut Hall. There is green and white shrubbery around him. Trees with green and orange leaves.

Today we feature Chris Maestoso, who has adjusted well so far with living away from home as well as learning remotely. Chris is from Fairfield, NJ (Essex County) and currently residing in Chestnut Hall.

Chris poses in front of Chestnut Hall wearing a blue mask. Green and white shrubbery around him. Tree branch above him.

How do you like living in Chestnut?

It’s been good so far. The beginning was tough because it was really hot but now the temperature cooled down.

Have you thought about joining any clubs or organizations on campus?

I have been looking at fraternities but I haven’t looked at any other groups or organizations on campus. 

Are your classes remote or hybrid, and how has that adjustment been?

All my classes are remote right now [for fall 2020] and the adjustment really hasn’t been that bad, still getting used to it a little bit.

Chris poses in front of green and orange trees while holding mask.

What are you looking forward to for the rest of this semester?

The cold weather coming up. 

Any advice to other freshmen?

You should submit your homework early. 

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Story by:
Luke Garcia, junior music industry major

Photos by:
Rachel Rumsby, sophomore communication studies and public relations double major

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