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Name: Sheldon Bates.
Medicine. Incoming Student Government Association president.
Countries you have lived in:
Ecuador, Germany, Italy and Canada.
What did you want to be when you were a
child: Pyrotechnics expert.
First thing you notice about people:
Their smile and teeth.
Hobby: I refinish furniture.
Last book read: Humility by
An unforgetable memory: Senior
breakfast with my friends the morning of Wofford's graduation.
Something important life has taught
you: We have been created as relational people. Therefore,
relationships are important and we must develop and cherish them.
Toughest challenge you have had to face
this year: Deciding on a church to join.
Favorite way to unwind: Sleeping
in a hammock (weather and mosquitoes permitting).
Favorite Charleston restaurant: McCrady's.
Accomplishment which you are most proud
of: Receiving the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award (Excellence of
Character and Humanitarianism Service.
Something people don't know about you:
I prefer face-to-face ingenuous interaction rather than e-mail or
Friday, May 9, 2008
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