Name: Alan Trejo
Hometown: Born in Dalton but raised in Chatsworth
High school: Dalton High School
Major: Business management
Expected graduation date: May of 2018
Why did you choose Dalton State? I chose Dalton state because they offered an affordable education and it was close to home.
What do you plan to do after graduation? I hope to work right out of college in some sort of managerial position away from Dalton, preferably in Texas.
Who is/was your favorite professor and why? Jamie Connors is my favorite professor because not only was she my FYE professor, but also because she is always smiling and seem to be in a cheerful mood.
What activities are you involved in on campus? I am a part of the Campus Activities Board and also a pledge of Alpha Kappa Lambda
Where is your favorite hangout? My preferred hangout spot is in the Pope Student Center, whether it is in the game room or inside the CAB office doing work and talking to the other CABbies.
What is your best memory so far as part of the Roadrunner Nation? My best memory as part of the Roadrunner nation would have to be my first tailgate my freshman year at the DSC basketball game.
What is the last book you read? Dante’s Inferno
Favorite comfort food? Fried rice, preferably from Fuji.
If you had a theme song, what would it be? “If Heaven Ain’t A Lot Like Dixie” by Hank Williams Jr.
Favorite line from a movie? “Momma always said life was like a box of chocolate; you never know what you’re gonna get.” – Forrest Gump
What cheers you up? Friends and country music
What is your favorite childhood memory? Watching Star Wars, Rambo, Rocky, and Forrest Gump with my dad and my sister.
If you could go back in history, who would you like to meet? My grandfather from my father’s side that I have never met.
What is your favorite app? Twitter, because it keeps me up with the news, and there is always something funny.
Where is your favorite place to eat? Cracker Barrel
What did you want to be when you were a kid? To be a comedic actor like Ice Cube, Robin Williams, and Will Ferrell.
What does it mean to you to be part of the Roadrunner Nation? That even though we are a small college, I am still part of a college that has a big heart and a bright and amazing future ahead of itself.