I am a Scientist
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
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It’s safe to say that Christopher Rapp is well-rounded, perhaps a jack of all trades. Not only has he been recognized for his work in inorganic chemistry, but he has also been able to create his special combination of majors and minors. He is proud to say that he is the only French Horn music minor at Otterbein!
Christopher is a member of the Cardinal Marching Band as well as Lamba Gamma Epsilon fraternity, and is also a chef and certified Tae Kwon Do instructor. He has traveled all over Europe and always makes sure to volunteer within the community.
“I really believe that giving back to the community is one of the greatest things you can do,” says Rapp. “One of the moments that shaped me was joining Lambda Gamma Epsilon. Becoming part of a great fraternity really made me a better person.”
Christopher says his music advisor, Dr. Michael Yonchak, has been his biggest source of inspiration and influence thus far.
“He is always extremely supportive of all the aspirations I want to achieve here at Otterbein, and has supported me every step of the way.”
Rapp would advise an incoming student to “be open to everything, because Otterbein has so much to offer. Don’t be scared, everyone is extremely friendly so just ask someone if you need anything!”