Bears of Berkley: Junior, Sari Wagner

Bears of Berkley: Junior, Sari Wagner
Photo by Sari Wagner.

What’s a community you belong to and why is it important to you?
I am a part of UMatter through Friendship Circle. It is important to me because mental health matters, and I feel like I am making a difference in my community. The UMatter Board spread awareness about mental health through different events.

If you could put one item into a time capsule that would represent your junior year self, what would it be?
I think I would put a tennis racket into a time capsule because it really represents my passion for the sport and reminds me of my growth throughout the years while playing.

What is your favorite book and why?
My favorite book would be The Summer I Turned Pretty because it was interesting and kept me engaged.

What is your favorite project that you have done in any class and why?
Marketing projects have always been my favorite because I get to be creative with them and collaborate with others.

If you could create any business of your choice, what would it be and why?
I would like to have my own business that makes tennis clothes because I love tennis, and I feel like it would be a cool way to express myself and my own personal style.

What’s something you can’t start your day without?
I don’t start my day without a chai tea latte when I wake up.

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