Crusader of the Week: Paul Endres ‘18

By John Kim, Features Editor

Hometown: Morristown, NJ

Major: Chemistry, Biochemistry Concentration, Pre-Med

Best Dorm: Wheeler

Favorite Holy Cross Class: Biochemistry!

Least Favorite Holy Cross Class: Montserrat

Number of All-Nighters Last Semester: ZERO! SLEEP IS IMPORTANT!

Favorite Animal: Dolphins or monkeys

Favorite Book: “The Mortal Instruments” series by Cassandra Clare

Favorite Color: Blue!

Favorite Movie: “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them”

Favorite Song/Artist: That changes on a weekly basis, so I couldn’t tell you,

Favorite TV Shows: “Once Upon a Time”

Favorite Meal on Campus: Science Café Cookies

Favorite Professor and Why? Professor Avila or Professor Scuilmbrene of the chemistry department! Both of them are more than amazing professors; they’re incredible mentors and friends!

Favorite Sophomore Student: I can’t pick…I have so many!

Favorite Junior Student: All of them?

Favorite Senior Student: Okay, now you really pushing it…

Favorite Off-Campus Restaurant: Corner Grill

Biggest Regrets at Holy Cross: Not taking care of myself and enjoying life more

Embarrassing Story: I fell asleep in almost every one of Professor Sculimbrene’s Orgo 2 class. Then she convinced me to be a chemistry major, and now I work in her lab.

Best Memory of Holy Cross: Summer research with my amazing friends

Campus Activities: Chemistry PAL assistant, chemistry research, ballroom dance

Advice for Fellow Crusaders: Always speak up; don’t be afraid to voice your thoughts and feelings.

Guilty Pleasure: Watching sappy romance movies

Bragging Rights: I am a triplet and I was the first-born!

Hobbies: Reading, going to the beach, relaxing with friends, dancing

Pet Peeve: When people walk slow in front of me

Favorite Cool Beans Drink: Science Café Coffee

Your Mantra: Never lose hope; it is what fuels your hopes and dreams and keeps pushing you forward.

One Thing You Would Change at Holy Cross: The Office of Residence Life

Plans after Graduation: Take a year off to gain clinical experience then go to medical school!

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