Name: Kehinde Adeoti
Hometown: Hope Mills, NC
Major: Management and Society/Public Policy
I have never experienced such diversity as here at Chapel Hill. – K.A.
UNC really works to make sure the experience is an all-inclusive one. – K.A.
Here you just have more opportunities to get involved and participate. – K.A.
Roderick Majette has been a friend since first-year Spanish class. Very understanding about being interrupted from his studies by a late classmate.
Tim Schwab is technically the boss as manager of the student stores on campus but really counts as a good personal friend. Without him, balancing homework and work-work would be a whole lot harder.
Tia Davis can answer seemingly any question—even ones you didn’t think to ask, like about interesting programs to apply to.
Antonio Faison knows what it’s like to struggle with the “econ” aspects of majoring in Management and Society, which makes him really helpful to talk to.
Fellow Nigerian and Kappa Alpha Psi member Kene Onuorah knows his stuff and will shout random motivational comments at any given time.
Gabriela Galo. Friend since first-year biology, where the organic bond formed over mutual confusion.
Andrea Alonso is a good friend and not a bad cook.
La’mon Johnson represents Fayetteville honorably and is at home behind the camera.
Organizational Behavior prof Mike Christian can explain what’s fascinating about any organization—and all organizations in general.
Taiye Adeoti may be the “quiet” twin, but he still helps with reaching out and meeting new people. Roomed together first year, then decided to branch out and develop new stories.
Management and Society Advisor Joe Bongiovi gives solid advice on different ways to apply your major, knows every certification in the book, and really, actually is related to Jon Bon Jovi.
The intake process at a fraternity is complex and potentially confusing. Denzel McCollum makes it considerably less so.
Met Brittany Hendricks through a friend and has been perpetually impressed by (and occasionally featured in) her photography and videography.
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