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Abraham Lincoln High (Class 10') , San Jose City College, Baruch College
Full Time Student, Graphics Designer (Intern), J.crew Associate
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Hey, I’m Tony!

San Jose, California, United States · Member since August 2011
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I'm Tony from San Jose, California, 21 years of age. I have plans to pursue my Bachelors degree in Baruch College and plans to also live in NY. I am very respectful, polite, outgoing, clean and pet friendly. I am planning my stay anywhere near NYC, to experience the atmosphere. NYC is one of the places to visit before you die, right? So I want to take this opportunity and visit the "potential" new state I might be living in. I do not smoke. I am currently pursuing to stay for the reason mentioned above. I have applied as a transfer to CUNY Baruch, and I would like to get more familiar with the city life. I have plenty of childhood friends in NY
, and NJ which I also plan to visit during my stay.

Now to describe things I like, books: J.D. Salinger "The catcher in the rye" A very good book (I've read it many times) the personal quote I got from it was- "You don't know what you're going to do, until you do it", that's pretty much the only book I like.

Movies: Gladiator, UP, Crash, Star Wars, Titanic, Pearl Harbor, Do the right thing, The godfather, 007, Jaws, Saving private Ryan, To Kill a mocking bird, TOY STORY! (Just to name a few).

Music: I pretty much enjoy listening to any type of music.

Food: I am always open to try out something new, but coming from a Mexican and Spanish culture, I do enjoy our food. Whether it be Tamales, Champurrado, Enchiladas, Arroz con leche. I would love to share my cultures food with you, although I must admit that i'm not such a good cook.

Hmm a life motto? "Just do it"

*Update* I have been accepted to Baruch College for Spring 2013, but was not able to register for the classes I needed since they were full. Attempting to come back for a summer course, and for Fall 2013.

- Tony R.