Do you love food? Well, of course you do! Our Food Coordinators Viviann Do and Andy Vo have been essential in getting meal swipes for attendees into our beloved UCLA dining halls!
Food || Bakersfield, CA |1st Year Major | Neuroscience Major; Film Minor
Before officially becoming a Bruin, I was an attendee at SEA Admit Weekend 2017. I made a lot of friends here who helped me make my decision to choose UCLA as my home for the next four years, and I was also able to be apart of a greater Southeast Asian community that I didn’t even know existed before. Now I am hoping to return the favor by serving as this year’s Food Coordinator. I hope I can encourage others to seek out all the resources UCLA has to offer and to explore more of their SEA identity! Besides indulging myself in Vietnamese culture, I also love to watch movies, eat De Neve Late Night, watch corgi videos, and online shop for socks. Hope to see y’all soon!
Food || Westminster, CA | 1st Year | Psychobiology Major
Being a first-generation college student, I felt alone throughout the college process because I had little guidance. Do not get me wrong, my parents wanted to help me throughout my college process–they just did not know how. So with bubbles in my stomach, occasional anxiety and trembling hands, I applied to SEA Admit not knowing what to expect. As I attended Sea Admit, however, I obtained something much more than mere guidance. I obtained new friendships. I obtained another family. And I obtained a second home. In fact, SEA Admit allowed me to further understand myself by deepening my Asian-American identity. SEA Admit has played a monumental role in my college process, as I was able to have a glimpse of college life at UCLA–with its mouthwatering food, and its excellent faculty and teachers, and its lively community–I knew this was the place for me. I hope SEA Admit will be equally rewarding for the people involved and its attendees!
Some things about me are that I can’t criss cross applesauce, I’m pre-dental and in the Pre-Dental Student Outreach Program (PDSOP), and also in Omega Sigma Tau, an Asian-interest social fraternity.