Q and A with Andrea Maier

Andrea Maier, senior early childhood education and intervention specialist major, can be seen leading Student Senate as the Student Body President or introducing students on a campus tour. Maier loves Christmas and cats, and starting in August, she knows exactly how many days until December 25. Get to know Maier here before seeing her Christmas cat sweaters!

 

Aviso: Why do you love Malone?

Maier: As cliché as it sounds, I love the community. I love how when you walk across campus people smile and say hi and guys hold the door for you. People just feel welcomed. It’s loving.

Aviso: What do you do as Student Body President? 

Andrea Maier, senior early childhood education and intervention specialist major, can be seen leading Student Senate as the Student Body President (Courtesy Photo)

Andrea Maier, senior early childhood education and intervention specialist major, can be seen leading Student Senate as the Student Body President (Courtesy Photo)

Maier: Student Senate as a whole acts as a liaison between the faculty/administration and the students. We communicate back and forth. Personally, I preside over all the meetings. I get to act as a representative of Malone and the student body. I get to go to the board meetings and collegium.

 

Aviso: What are you most looking forward to about senior year?

Maier: Student teaching and getting ready to meet my kids. I’ll be in North Canton with third and sixth grade. I’m excited for that.

 

Aviso: If you could give one piece of advice to students, what would it be?

Maier: Don’t take school to seriously. I did that my first year or two, and I didn’t take time to have fun.

 

Aviso: If you could live in any time period, when would it be?

Maier: The 1950s. I love the poodle skirts. I love the dresses. I love the idea of going to a soda fountain and sitting on the barstools. I love the music. I just love the atmosphere.

 

Aviso: What’s your pump-up song?

Maier: Kesha is my guily pleasure. She gets it. Kesha sings about a life I will never live, so it’s fun to live vicariously through her.

Aviso: What’s one of the biggest lessons you have learned while at Malone?

Maier: I’ve learned that I don’t have to do it all. I am not strong, but God is strong.

 

Aviso: Tell me about your dream day to yourself.

Maier: I would sleep in a little bit and drink two cups of coffee just chilling in my room with music. Then I would go to Target. Then I would go for a nice run. I love running. In the evening I would either read or watch TV.

 

Alicia Meyer is the copy editor for The Aviso.

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