By Emma Russell
Student Life Editor
Hometown: Dover, Del.
Where you’re quarantining: Chestertown, Md.
Major(s): Business Management
Minor(s): Marketing and Theatre
Clubs/Organizations: Career Ambassador, member of the Student Government Association Service Committee, and actor in this semester’s virtual reading of the play “Eurydice.”
Plans after Washington College: “Buy a boat for fishing and water sports,” Frebert said.
Plans after COVID-19: “Go to Hawaii and surf or go to a dude ranch in Montana and ride a horse into the sunset,” Frebert said.
What’s been keeping you busy during quarantine: “Going to the gym, reading, and learning how to make quality videos,” he said.
Learned something new: “I learned that it takes 45 minutes to an hour to improve on something. There are 24 hours in a day meaning there is always time for improvement, you can learn and do a lot,” he said.
Your quarantine show, movie, and/or book: “Top show during quarantine was ‘Outer Banks.’ The last movie I watched was ‘The Hunger Games’ I also read the Hunger Games book series over quarantine,” Frebert said.
Work/Internship: According to Frebert, he interned at Lessard Builders over the summer in Lewes, Del., where he worked on beach houses and installed hardwood floors along with framing new homes.
Fun Fact: “Over winter break my dad and I built an ice-skating rink in our backyard that went viral a few times on Snapchat,” Frebert said.
The thing you miss the most about WC: “The main thing I missed the most WC was being able to spend quality time with my friends and making fun, lasting memories,” he said.
Advice for students in quarantine: “You have 24 hours a day. Don’t waste your time. Learn something new, you can learn a lot from just YouTube. Multitasking is a very effective skill to learn, always have a goal and don’t be afraid to fail,” he said.
Featured Photo caption: Photo of senior Noah Frebert. Photo Courtesy of Noah Frebert.