If you were lost, what skills do you have that would help?
Asked at Friday’s CSUMB-CSU East Bay basketball game.
Thursday, February 25, 2010
Follow-up: Where is the last place you want to get lost? The best?EMILY SULCER | Sophomore | Psychology Major
A: My background in defensive arts. I took karate so I could handle myself.
Lost in Translation: A city where I didn’t speak the language. My dad and I used to love getting lost on purpose so we could have an adventure finding our way home.
BRANDON WARD | Freshman | Business Major, Basketball Player
A: I’m independent – that would help, and I’m athletic so I could nearly outrun animals.
All Wet: The middle of the ocean. My mom and I got lost in the forest; it was freezing but somehow turned into a good time.
JOHANNA JOHNSTON |Junior | Residential Advisor
A: I’ve been through survival training for the Air Force so I know how to make a fire and shelter. I also learned to scavenge food.
Wrong Turn: Afghanistan – there’s 30 million mines left from the Soviet Union. Growing up in Maine I’d get lost in the woods between hidden landmarks and overgrown pastures.