Checking your vitals

This week the Pulse checks the vitals of Nick Gamero, a sophomore who is majoring in Spanish.

Age: 19

Hometown: Medina, Ohio

Describe what you do for your major? I take culture classes along with language classes. Over spring break I went to a Hispanic leadership conference. And I recently marched for a voting act that would continue to have voting ballets in both Spanish and English, because after this year they are trying to change them to just English.

What do you plan to do with your major? A lot of different jobs are available, I want to work internationally and go to Peru and talk to people and write a book on my experiences there. I also wouldn’t mind being a teacher.

What are some of your goals after graduating? I want to go into Peace Corps., which is volunteering for the less fortunate. I would like to travel the world and help build villages and teach people English.

Describe your dream job? Living in New York City and just writing about people. I want to change how things are, because right now I don’t like a lot of the things that are going on in the United States, I would like to open up people’s eyes.

What kind of music do you listen to? I like all kinds of music. I like Country, Rap and even Reggaetone, which is Hispanic rap that is starting to become more political.

How do you feel about your experience at BGSU so far? I love BG, It’s so easy to get involved with things and I am involved in a lot of things.

If you could meet anyone (dead or alive), who would it be? Che Guevara, He fought with Fidel Castro and fought for indigenous people in Peru and South America, he stood up for less fortunate people.

What would you like to discuss with him? I would want to find out what his inspiration was behind all of his work.

Where do you see yourself in 10 years? Writing in New York City.