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In the shoes of... Vicente Martínez


24 | 10 | 2022


We met with Vicente Martínez, delegate of the School of Communication, at the cafeteria of Central Building, Faustino. The student from Malaga, 4th year of Journalism, told us about his goals for this year, his tastes and how he sees himself in the future.

  1. A nickname.
    I have many: Vicen, Vicens or Vicent. I have never liked to be called Vicente.

  2. Black coffee or with milk?
    With milk.

  3. What would you like to do for a living?
    I would like to be a television reporter.

  4. A fear that accompanies you.
    To disappoint, to not meet expectations, but also to lose myself by not letting people down.

  5. Your favorite song.
    Te espero aquí, by Pablo López, for the message it has.

  6. Favorite ricón from college.
    I have two. The first one, studio 3 of the radio station at School de Comunicación, I have experienced many things there. The second one, backstage at the University Museum, for me theater has also been very important.

  7. Last series you have seen.
    El día de mañana, by Movistar+

  8. Do you have any hobbies?
    Music, always, and theater.

  9. What surprised you the most when you arrived at the University four years ago?
    Being from the south, I was afraid that people in the north would be more closed, and I was surprised that this is not the case at all. I think I have more friends from the north, even [laughs].


  1. A bedtime book.
    Rebecca, by Daphne du Maurier.

  2. Where would you like to be in 10 years?
    Raising a family and working.

  3. A famous or historical character with whom you would have a coffee.
    Joaquín Prat, the TV presenter par excellence of the 60s.

  4. Who do you admire?
    My parents, for everything.

  5. As a delegate of the School Communication, what is your goal?
    The Communication School has something different from the others, it is special, there is a lot of community among the students. With the pandemic, the distances, the split schedules, part of that community and that life that was generated was lost. Our goal is that it comes back and that School gives the best of itself.

  6. Who do you nominate?
    Miguel Janer, I know him from the theater.