Meet Jessi Johnson

I met Jessi her freshman year of college. She was a different kind of freshman, but I am glad I got to know her and become her friend. There are some people in life that you don't see that often, but when you do you are more than ecstatic to be in their presence. That's the kind of feeling that is conveyed from Jessi. Her Campus had the opportunity to interview her for the week, and here is what was learned. 

Her Campus: What is your class status?

Jessi Johnson: Junior

HC: What is your major?

JJ: English Creative Writing

HC: What lead you to want to major in this? What do you want to do with this major later in life?

JJ: Growing up I found a love for reading

 

HC: How are you involved are Georgia College campus? What made you want to get involved with these activities?

JJ: I’m a Community Advisor and I am one of the two Editors-in-Chief of the Peacock’s Feet, Georgia College’s literary undergraduate journal.

HC: Which would you consider you your favorite involvement activity?

JJ: The Peacock’s Feet has been such a fun new experience, and I’m learning a lot about the process of putting together a literary journal from the ground up.

HC: How do you manage your social, academic, and work life?

JJ: A lot of naps. Plenty of cups of tea. I learned the importance of making time for fun things to de-stress, because otherwise I crash.

 

HC: What is a job that you have always wanted to do?

JJ: I would love to be an author!

HC: What was the last exciting thing that you did with your friends?

JJ: I went to the lake not long ago, and swam to a small island that was pretty far from the dock.

HC: How would you think your friends would describe you if they were talking about you to another person?

JJ: Probably that I’m very dedicated to the areas of my life that are important to me but I never get enough sleep.

HC: How would you describe yourself in three words?

JJ: Hmm, maybe quixotic, loyal, kind.

HC: What is your favorite pastime?

JJ: I love to read when I have time, and write poetry.

 

HC: What is something you have been afraid to do, but still want to do?

JJ: Finish writing a book.

HC: What is one thing you really like about yourself?

JJ: That I put 100% of myself into the things I do.

HC: How do you see the rest of your college career panning out?

JJ: Hopefully I’ll study abroad before graduating, but you never know what’s going to happen.

HC: Do you have any advice that you would like to share?

JJ: It’s advice that I’m not great at following, but things do usually work out in the end, even when it seems like they won’t

 

This is just the surface of you Jessi is, and she is truly a wonderful person. I hope that you learned something new about her. Be sure to say hello if you see her on campus!