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12 Questions with April Chai

April Chai, a Media X major, is the first-place winner of Pacific Innovation and Entrepreneurship Summit’s Pacific Pitch event. Pacific Pitch is a Shark Tank-style competition where students deliver a five-minute pitch describing their products, service or business to a panel of experts.  

We sat down with April and interviewed her about her experience with the event and what it means to have won the first-place prize of $1,000. Of course, we couldn’t resist the opportunity to ask her 12 rapid-fire questions!  

Q: Best place to eat on campus?  

A: The Lair. 

Q: Name a faculty member that had an impact on your life? 

A: So many! Ah…(Media X professors) Lisa Tromovitch and Gary Armagnac

Q: Latest you’ve stayed up studying for a test? 

A: All night.  

Q: What did your best friend major in? 

A: My best friend at Pacific majors in computer science.  

Q: What was your favorite class? 

A: Right now, film production, but I also really enjoyed acting for the camera. 

Q: Hardest class you’ve ever taken? 

A: Astronomy.  

Q: How many students were in your smallest class? 

A: 7… I think. 

Q: How many were in your largest class? 

A: That was psychology… and that was… like… over 30? 

Q: Your favorite pitch at PIES Pacific Pitch? 

A: Samantha Tannahill’s pitch for Copycat.  

Q: Advice for students considering Pacific? 

A: Don’t be afraid to take the leap. 

Q: Favorite organization on campus? 

A: Stocktones. They’re really talented.  

Q: Favorite location on campus? 

A: I don’t know. The campus is so pretty. I feel like I can sit anywhere.  


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