Jaggie of the Week Presents Mark Steinhubl

Wednesday, 6 May, 2015 - 3:44 pm

Jewish Aggie of the Week Presents 


What is your name? 
Mark A. Steinhubl

What was your major and why did you decide to pursue such a degree? 
Civil Engineering – I like Legos

Why did you choose Texas A&M?
Family ties, the culture, and the Spirit

What is your favorite book? Why?
Harry Potter (all of them): because secretly I am a wizard

Where are you from?
Houston->Los Angeles->Houston

Where did you go to high school?
Strake Jesuit

What did you love about Jewish life on campus? 
The feeling of a family within a larger population

Do you plan on going to graduate school at A&M?
Not for now

Do you have any siblings
I have one older sister

What is your favorite Jewish food?
Whatever Manya is fixing in the kitchen.

What is your favorite food?
Cheese Enchiladas

What is your favorite Chabad experience until now?
Sinai Scholars during the spring 2015 semester.

What is your favorite vacation spot?
Breckenridge, Colorado

How do you enjoy spending your free time?
Hanging out at Chabad

What do you look forward to when coming to Chabad?
“What don’t I look forward to?”

What is at the top of your bucket list?
To travel the world

What has been your most thrilling experience in your life?
Parasailing behind a boat in Mexico.

Do you have a message for future A&M students?
Get involved, stay involved!

What do you love most about being an Aggie (whoop!)?
The feeling of being family to everyone around you

What has been your most enjoyable class?
Civil Engineering Project Management

What has been your best job on campus?
Mitzvah Mark at Chabad!

If you were able to have one superpower what would it be?
To be able to make everyone happy at the same time

What do you love most about Jewish life on campus?
It is a microcosm within a massive student population

What would enhance Jewish life on campus?
Advertising the Chabad house on campus to invite fellow Jews to join in the services and other activities. This is especially important in the “freshman” areas of campus to show them that they have an outlet where they can meet and spend time with fellow Jews.

How did you get involved with Chabad?
My friends invited me to start coming to shabbat dinners and it progressed from there.

Do you have plans for after graduation?
Make money, donate to Chabad, repeat :D

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