By Saul Loeb
pre-physiology sciences freshman
Arizona Daily Wildcat
Thursday February 27, 2003
Pre-med freshman talks of the delicacies of Subway and the nature of two-sided buildings
Wildcat: Why did you choose pre-physiology as a major?
Nguyen: Because it is pre-med.
Wildcat: Oh, you want to be a doctor. What kind of doctor do you want to be?
Nguyen: A cardiologist.
Wildcat: Ah, how interesting. So, where are you guys off to at such a late hour walking around the university on a Wednesday night?
Nguyen: We are going to go eat.
Wildcat: Where are you guys going to eat?
Wildcat: Subway? Did you know that people always say I look like that Jared the Subway guy? Do you see any resemblance at all?
Nguyen: No not really, sorry.
Wildcat: Good, because people are always coming up to me and telling me I look exactly like him. There is this guy in my hall that always asks me if I ever try to get free subs and he won't leave me alone about it.
Nguyen: Well, I guess you kinda look like him. What hall do you live in?
Wildcat: Hey, I'm supposed to be asking the questions here. I live in Kaibab-Huachuca, unfortunately.
Nguyen: I live there too!
Wildcat: What do you think of it?
Nguyen: Well, when you walk around inside it is pretty much 'There's one side of the building, and there's the other side of the building.'
Wildcat: I lived there last year too and I probably should have switched to someplace else. I do have a different roommate this year though. This one is a lot hairier than the guy last year. And he is extra creepy.
Nguyen: Why are you asking me all these questions?
Wildcat: I don't really know why we are doing this. It was the idea of a guy who is no longer editor.
Nguyen: A former editor?
Wildcat: Yeah, he's no longer the editor because of this column.