The Norwich Record | Fall 2019

Kenechukwu Onwe ’20
Architecture major from Abakaliki, Nigeria

Hard hat. Over the summer, Onwe worked 40 hours a week for campus construction services while taking 15 credit hours. He gets four to five hours of sleep per night.

“I live off coffee,” he says.

Governor’s Institutes of Vermont T-shirt. Onwe also worked as a resident teaching assistant this summer for talented high schoolers studying architecture and design at Norwich.

A favorite project? “We are looking to install electric vehicle charging stations on campus.”

His style?

“I love to dress corporate,” he says. “But this summer, I tell ya, it’s been hot. So sad. No ties.”

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