An Interview with Kevin Rukundo

This following post is an interview with one of the tallest students on campus. Kevin Rukundo is a sophomore from Rwanda. This is his second year at Hope College and he is majoring in Economics and French. In his free time, he likes to talk to his family, play FIFA 16, hang out with his girlfriend, go to athletic events and sleep.  

If you could describe Hope College academics in an adjective, verb, and noun what would it be?

  • Challenging
  • Take care of your business
  • Diligence

As an international student from Rwanda, what are you thinking to do after Hope College?

I want to work for one year and then continue to graduate school in the United States. After, I will finish graduate school, I am going to return to Rwanda.

Where did you go to high school and how much of difference Hope College is compare to your high school?

I went to a boarding school in Kentucky. Academically, my boarding school prepared me very well because it was college preparatory type of school. Also, since I was used to live on campus since my high school, the transition to Hope College was not that bad.

How would evaluate your experience at Hope College so far?

It has been very fulfilling. I met a lot of good people. I learnt a lot in the classroom. I just grown and I became a better human being overall.

 

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