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The Case Western Reserve University community is known for thinking beyond the possible. Each week, this column aims to capture a slice of campus life.

Q: What made you decide to work here?
A: I’ve never worked in a coffee shop before. It’s something new, and I just wanted to try something new and be around people. And I’m 20 so this lets me be around people my age.

Q: What’s your favorite part of your job?
A: My favorite part is communicating and seeing new people, seeing new personalities and seeing cultural perspectives. When I started working here, it was summertime, and different people came in. It was hot, and everybody was happy.

Q: Do you plan on working here a while, or do you have different plans for the future?
A: This is cool, but I want to be a psychologist. I’m not in school right now—I took a semester off—but I’m going to go back next semester. I took a semester off, because I moved, and I don’t have a car, so it was hard to get to school. I got a job and am going to save up some money to get a car. I was studying psychology and business. I like talking with people, hearing their problems and helping them. I’m a people person.

About the Writer
Maria Fazal, Copy Editor
Maria Fazal is a senior majoring in psychology and bioethics. She is the Arts & Entertainment Editor for The Observer. Hailing from a small Ohioan town called North Lima—no relation to Lima or “Glee”—she hopes to one day work as a child psychiatrist.  In her free time, she enjoys drawing, kickboxing, eating Nutella and watching...
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