Thursday, July 3, 2014

Roberts 7/ 3/ 14 Blong Challenge

For my Blog Challenge I got to Interview Amber's  Secondary mentor Charles Sinagra aslo known as Chas. I happened to ask him these following questions:

1. What high school did you go to?
2. How old are you?
3. What do you do in your free time?
4. What do you want to do with your life?
5. What is your major? and why did you choose it?
6. Why did you want to come to Duquesne University?
7. Do you do any sports or have you in the past?
8. What is you r favorite type of music?
9. Tell me something interesting that most people don't know about you.
10. What does the fox say?

  Charles Biography  
 
 
     Charles is a pretty laid back guy, he grew up right here in Pennsylvania and attended Perry High School. While in high school Chas maintained at least a 4.0 weighted G.P.A and also played sports like track. He mostly did short distance and sprinting events such as the 400m. and the 800m dash. He soon realized he no longer liked running and ended up lifting weights instead, because of that he spends most of his free time in the gym, he's said to be a "gym rat" or "muscle head". After attending Perry  High School Chas spent two years at Pitt Greensburg ,but transferred to Pitt Main for a semester. Due to Pitt Mains high population, Chas decided to come to his first choose of colleges Duquesne University, where he is taking up chemistry as his major.
 
     Chas already has his bachelor's degree but is now striving for his PHD. He's also thinking of becoming a teacher in the near future he says, "Its something he could see himself doing for a long time". Some Interesting facts about Chas that most people don't know is : he is engaged with a son on the way, he has 7 tattoos, he mostly listens to R&B/ Rap, and is known by his friends as Chas money.
 
     Chas is a really nice guy. He's an open book ,and with no doubt he can get along with anyone he meets. I wish him luck with his studies and future endeavors! To wrap up this Bio, Chas believes that the fox says "Cluck-Cluck!". Not quite sure if that's how the song goes but it will have to do. I recommend if anyone ever see Chase to talk to him he's a funny guy. You'll enjoy his company!
          

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