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  • Writer's pictureKaleb Christensen

The Bahama Badger

Snow College is a home to lots of talent, whether it be in our fine arts department, our many different student run organizations, or our wonderful sports programs. I had the opportunity to sit down and get to know one of these talented students, Arlington Williams, who plays Defensive Tackle for the Badger Football team. Arlington is a native of the Bahamas, who chose to come to Snow College because it is “A smaller school, where the town is the school, and its affordability.” When asked about his choice to leave his home, he said “The hardest thing about leaving my home was the unknown, because I’ve been there for so long, and while I know what I am getting myself into, I’m trying to get an education, but not knowing the culture like the back of my hand, I don’t know the ins and outs, or the social norms, what to say and not to say to people, it’s different from my country.” One of his biggest goals while being a Snow College student is to “Be an exceptional person, and even though it’s difficult to balance the student athlete and student sides of life, the people I surround myself with help me to be the best I can be. My friends, teammates, coaches and the others I choose to be around me help me to be responsible, focus on my degree, and be the best athlete I can be. They help me stay on track.”

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