By Jeff Sklar
Arizona Daily Wildcat
Monday January 27, 2003
Freshman in all-guys' dorm Īkind of' regrets lack of women, but manages to find some in classes
WILDCAT: So · what brings you to this part of campus at this time of night?
CHOI: I'm bored and that's about it.
WILDCAT: Do you live in the dorms?
CHOI: I do. Cochise.
WILDCAT: How's that for you?
CHOI: It's OK except for the fact it's all guys.
WILDCAT: It's all guys so you probably don't get a lot of action in there.
CHOI: Well, yeah pretty much. But it's okay because · well, never mind, don't worry about it.
WILDCAT: So, you're a little frustrated.
CHOI: I'm like a little church kid. So it's OK. I'm gonna wait, stuff like that.
WILDCAT: So, you're living in the all-guys dorm to uh ·
CHOI: No, actually I got stuck in there because I applied late.
WILDCAT: Do you regret that now because there're no women around?
CHOI: Kind of. You don't get the aspect, I see these guys all the time (pointing to friends).
WILDCAT: So, you've lived there what, like a week?
CHOI: No, I've lived there since last semester.
WILDCAT: Oh, last semester, that's right. Now that you're in this all-guys' dorm, you must have to go to some strange means to meet women.
CHOI: Just going to classes and walking around you see people. Stuff like that. And I got buddies who know everybody, so you just meet friends through other friends, you know.
WILDCAT: And I guess the women just gravitate to you.
CHOI: No. It's not that. I just meet them and it's like, you know ·
WILDCAT: I see. So you had good experiences with women here at the U of A, your first semester of college away from home?
CHOI: No, it's not like I'm looking for anybody. I don't know. You know what I mean? There're a lot of beautiful-looking people on this campus. It's not like you're not gonna see them, you know what I'm saying?
WILDCAT PHOTOGRAPHER: See you said "people" and not "girls." That could go back to the Cochise thing.
CHOI: What in the world? You guys crack me up.