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Story and Photos by Liv Alexander
To get an inside look into academic personalities around campus, Grand Central Magazine went around asking Central Michigan University students, “what’s in your backpack?”
Lansing freshman Makayla Lewis-O’rourke points out the open bag of half eaten chewy candies. She says her favorite candy is Sour Patch Kids, even though she can never finish an entire package. She continues talking about the different items laid out from her backpack.
“My grandma got me that gift card for the bookstore,” Lewis-O’rouke said. “I’m really grateful for her.”
Cedar Springs freshman Julia Vandenhout likes to keep her backpack tidy and organized. She says that she is a marketing major and usually keeps her textbooks in her bag.
Traverse City sophomore Zane Fàger is into video games and comics and keeps a polaroid in one of his backpacks just in case a photo opportunity quickly arises.
“I actually have two school backpacks,” Fàger said. “I don’t want to have to transfer my books for every class.”
He says that he keeps one bag full of books and school materials he needs for his first couple of classes, and the other one full of the other classes’ necessities.
“I never leave my dorm without my hand sanitizer, germs are everywhere,” McNamee said.
“I don’t keep a ton of stuff in my backpack because I’m not the most studious person ever.”
Sophomore Meagan Driscoll is a biomedical science student. She says she is taking a lot of science classes and with that bring a lot of labs.
Driscoll says she hopes to study abroad in a few semesters.
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