Towson Student Fueled by Coffee

For Sophomore Jacob Badin, a daily routine is somewhat similar to that of a full time college student. For five days a week Badin attends Towson University where he is studying secondary Spanish education.

Towson student Jacob Badin proudly displays his Partner of the Quarter plaque.

Towson student Jacob Badin proudly displays his Partner of the Quarter plaque. (Photo by: Allison Bazzle/TU student)

“The idea of becoming a Spanish teacher took me awhile to settle on. I knew I wanted to do something in regards to teaching, I just did not know what,” says Badin. “My 11th grade Spanish teacher definitely helped me learn to love the language and exposed me to more culture.”

As a commuter Badin also faces the challenges of rush hour traffic and finding time to keep up with his studies.

Time management is a huge part of Badin’s life because aside from being a full time student, he is also a full time Starbucks shift supervisor.

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