Andrew Palumbo

Andy Palumbo

Hometown:
Sutton, MA

Education:
BA, History, Union College
MS, Organization Management, Sage Graduate School

Why Plymouth?
The combination of a beautiful location, a vibrant community, and an excellent university made it an easy decision to choose to come to Plymouth State University!

Favorite Movie?
Michael Collins

Favorite Plymouth Eatery?
The Common Man – Foster’s Boiler Room. The first time I visited Plymouth, I ate dinner here. Foster’s Boiler Room embodies the unique charm, culture, and community that Plymouth offers. And of course, the food is excellent!

Favorite Spot on Campus?
The Robert Frost bench in front of Rounds Hall Clock Tower

Favorite Pro Sports Team?
Boston Celtics

Chocolate or Vanilla?
Definitely chocolate.

Favorite Quote:
“Upon the subject of education, not presuming to dictate any plan or system respecting it, I can only say that I view it as the most important subject which we as people can be engaged in.” -Abraham Lincoln (March 9, 1832 in his first political address)

Outstanding Students

Addie Weller

Addie Weller

  • Class of 2015
  • English
  • Windham, ME

 

More About Addie

Why did you choose to come to Plymouth State?


Awesome atmosphere, awesome people, and just an overall awesome place to be!

What do you like best about your major/academic program?


“The professors within all the departments are stellar; they truly care and will go to great lengths to guarantee your success as a student. The personal touch they all bring to the programs make things great as well.”

What is your favorite place to hang out on campus? Off campus?


“On campus, I love hanging out on Mary Lyon green with a group of friends. Off campus, Plymouth’s downtown area has several amazing boutique places to shop. My favorite’s Sunflower; I could buy out the store!”

How have you changed since you first arrived at PSU?


“I’ve definitely become more independent living on my own. Through the Admissions program especially, I feel as though I’ve also grown quite comfortable talking with others.”

~Addie