Volume 16, Number 16
February 9, 2010



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Faces on Campus

Name: Sanem Elif Mercan (CHEM/I)
Just for one day, 
a) If you were famous, who would you want to be?

Phil Lynott
b) Where would you want to visit?
London
c) Which cartoon character would you want to be?
Kenny from South Park
d) One wish from Aladdin's magic genie?
Peace
I have never.… worn pink
My Favorite city is … Because …
Istanbul, because of its architecture
What would be your last message on earth?
Come together right now
What would you write on a steamy window?
All you need is love.



Name: Onur Berkay Gamgam (EE/I)
Just for one day,
a) If you were famous, who would you want to be?

Dominic Toretto
b) Where would you want to visit?
Sinop
c) Which cartoon character would you want to be?
Inspector Gadget
d) One wish from Aladdin's magic genie?
Be at my service all the time
I have never…. played a saxophone
My Favorite city is … Because …
Tarsus because it has a huge historical background.
What would be your last message on earth?
Peace at home peace in the world
What would you write on a steamy window?
I want to play a game



Name: Beril Böke (ECON/II)
Just for one day,
a) If you were famous, who would you want to be?

Myself
b) Where would you want to visit?
The Caribbean
c) Which cartoon character would you want to be?
Jigglypuff
d) One wish from Aladdin's magic genie?
I want to see my future
I have never … bungee-jumped
My Favorite city is… Because…
New York, because that city never sleeps
What would be your last message on earth?
You lost me
What would you write on a steamy window?
I would draw a heart

By CŁneyt Yżlmaz (ECON/III) and Nazan Teke (ECON/II)

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