- University of Maryland, College Park
"Renovating of the whole dorms and everything...In Kent Hall there used to be a lounge in the hall, right there in the basement and old lounge. And in PG [Prince George's Hall] there used to be a big lobby with a glass door. Everything stopped since then. In the eighties is when everything stopped, and they built all this stuff. Resurrected. They tore everything apart didn’t they? Everything.... Read More
“Seeing that I’ve been here for only three years, I don’t gather a lot of friends, but I have family, which is my mother-in-law and my sister-in-law. In the summer, on weekends, if her church has bus rides or is going to New York to visit other family, I will go with them. But as far as partying, I haven’t gotten involved with that this year.
"At The Diner, it was very nice working... Read More
“I met my best friend here. She used to work in Chick-Fil-A. She passed away last year, of cancer, but she came to work every day, fighting through the pain. We used to tell her her name was 'Tessa Massiah Stay Home'. She still would come to work and we’d be like, 'Oh sit down! Go sit in the corner and rest.' She kept coming to work and fighting through it. I met her, probably like six years... Read More
"I was in high school when I first started working on campus. I feel like I know everybody and everybody knows me and it feels like home. You know you never want to leave home because you are familiar with everything and everybody, that's the kind of feeling I have here.
“I don't really have free time, I also run a family business, but I have a son so I hang out with him. Funny story,... Read More
“Whatever the response is, all the time smile, and say thank you, and greet people. In my experience, the most difficult people become my best friends. I have customers coming, and you know sometimes they don’t get happy easily...when you say 'Good Morning', they don’t respond...maybe that is not his day or her day. You have to try. We are human, and we have to give them more chances. I had a... Read More