The Loop- Downtown Chicago
I was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. I grew up in the Bucktown/Wicker Park area as it was being gentrified in the late 90s/early 00s. If you are ever in Chicago, check out this website about the neighborhood to find out more information. It is definitely a great spot to shop, get a "happy hour buzz", or be immersed in great nightlife.
I attended Cristo Rey Jesuit High School, located at the heart of Pilsen/Little Village area of the city, a predominant Mexican-American community. Obtaining a Jesuit education in high school made me explore Jesuit universities throughout the country, which I ended up choosing the University of San Francisco. Some attractions include the Mexican Fine Arts Museum, murals throughout the neighborhood and best of all, the best food in the city!
My parents were born in Guanajuato, Mexico which makes me a dual citizen of Mexico and the United States. Spanish is my native language and it's awesome being bi-lingual.
I am currently studying U.S. History at USF and I definitely want to explore a career in public service.
Besides being a math requirement, a subject I'm not savvy in, I am taking CS 107 to get a better feel of how the web, mobile applications and computers make the world as small as it seems nowadays.
I hope to learn from David Wolber and the rest of my classmates.