Christina Xan, Photographer

Hometown: Philadelphia, PA

Major/Minor: English Liberal Arts/CreativeWriting

Why did you come to FMU? It was 7 minutes from my house...also my mom would have had daily heart attacks if I left.

Why did you want to work for The Patriot? I wanted to help be a part of the face of FMU and develop my photography.

Interesting Fact: My mom was born in Greece, so I'm half Greek! I can't really speak it...but I can cook it!

Favorite Candy: Sour Patch Kids, especially the blue ones

All content by Christina Xan

[Photo] Students prepare for Homecoming with bonfire, pep rally

Kylie Cracknell & Catherine Hyman, Staff Writers
February 25, 2017

The dangers of the internet

Christina Xan, Photographer
February 12, 2017

FMU honors Martin Luther King

Christina Xan, Photographer
February 1, 2017

The Last Chapter

Christina Xan, Staff Writer
January 13, 2017
“Dancing at Lughnasa” is the tale of Five sisters living together, while taking care of their sick uncle

[Photo] Students perform Irish play

Rebekah Davis, Assistant Editor
April 20, 2016
The printing policy introduced last semester has saved enough paper to equal at least 100 trees,
Joyce Durant, dean of James A. Rogers Library, said. According to Durant, in just one semester,
printing has reduced by 72 percent, helping decrease spending and FMU’s environmental footprint.

[Photo] FMU printing policy reduces paper waste

Jasmin Mitchell & Rebekah Davis, Staff Writers
February 2, 2016
Prospective students and their families shared breakfast while socializing and learning about programs offered by the university.

[Photo] FMU Open House

Jasmin Mitchell, Staff Writer
October 21, 2015
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