I Found My Niche at Hampton University
Student Name: Noah Lang
School: Hampton University
“Hello, my name is Noah and I am a third-year kinesiology major from Virginia Beach. The reason I chose kinesiology as my major is that I love sports and everything to do with them. I run track and field and love the idea of learning ways to keep up with my body along with building a career to help other athletes maintain a healthy lifestyle. The reason I chose Hampton is that it is a very prestigious HBCU that does outstandingly well in athletics. They also have a wonderful head coach in track and field. They have won many championships in the past and I felt that it would fit best for me to continue my career as they guide me to become a better athlete and man on and off the track.
As you can see, I am very fashion-forward and I always find new and creative ways to express myself through clothing. Hampton University is a fashionable school, so rising to the occasion is a must in everyday life. Eye-catching outfits are seen daily here and Hampton teaches you to always put you best foot forward and to present yourself with the upmost respect.
My journey through Hampton has not been a walk in the park but in every obstacle, I have learned valuable lessons that will take me through life. Hampton is a very energetic university but still very much intelligent. I hope this has helped you consider being a future Hamptonian.” – @noahlehang
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