Q: What do you miss most about your hometown?
A: I miss seeing my friends and family from home because I don’t live very close to campus.
Q: Besides you, who is the most famous person from your hometown?
A: James Michener, Henry Mercer, or Margaret Mead.
Q: How often do you get home?
A: I get home as much as I can during the year. I usually fly home for my birthday and major holidays and a couple times in between.
Q: What do people ask you most about your hometown?
A: Not many people ask me about my hometown.
Q: What’s the biggest difference between your hometown and Columbus?
A: The biggest difference would be the diversity of campus.
Q: How would you describe your hometown?
A: A suburb of Philadelphia.
Q: How many stoplights are in your hometown?
A: A lot. If I were to make an estimation of stoplights in the borough I’d say 40.
Q: What is the population of your hometown?
A: I’m not quite sure but I’d say around 15,000.
Q: How long has your family lived in your hometown?
A: I’ve lived in Doylestown since the 5th grade. Before that I lived in Northeast Philadelphia.
Q: What sport/activity is the most popular in your hometown?
A: The most popular sport is football with lacrosse or basketball being the second most attended sport.
Q: What is the tallest building in your hometown?
A: The Doylestown Court House which is between 12 and 15 floors.
Q: What do visitors to your hometown need to see/do?
A: They should check out the museums. A visitor might also want to see nearby New Hope on the Delaware River, or just walk around and look at the large victorian homes and pleasurable aesthetics of the borough.
Q: Is anything interesting made in your hometown?
A: The Moravian Tiles from James Michener’s original tile works. They are handmade and sell for a substantial amount of money.
Q: What is the biggest attraction in your hometown?
A: The Michener or Mercer museums.
Q: Most prominent industry/line of work?
A: It would have to be some kind of corporate work. My hometown is also popular with lawyers because it is the county seat and home to the courthouse.
Q: Is there is local food your hometown is known for?
A: The tradition of cheesesteaks extends outside of the city and we have a few good places but pizza is also popular.
Q: Any historic event that happened there?
A: Doylestown dates back to 1745 and was heavily involved in the Revolution. It has also been artistically prominent over the years.
Q: Your favorite place in your hometown?
A: My favorite place besides my home would probably be the borough.