sense of the unknown is why I am pursuing this field of study. The application of biological sciences can be used to meet an objective or solve a problem; this and my innate sense of empathy towards the many adversities and wonders of life, amplifies my yearning to help others through the use of medicine. Over the course of my college career, I have involved myself with diverse organizations and have led and participated in various philanthropic activities with these associations. Wor...
I’m stuck here waiting to see where life takes me. My decisions up until now have been an influx of choices that have put me in unfavorable situations. One of those situations was ending up at community college for longer than I would’ve hoped. Community college, sadly, isn’t as fun as it is depicted in television shows and that is especially true when there is no one to share the experiences with. I had a group of friends at the beginning of my time there, but sooner or later, they all departed
Currently, living in South London with his wife, Canadian photographer Charla Jones, Adam Foulds has come a long way in his thirty years on this planet. Born in 1974, on the border of London and Essex County, Foulds was a child of wonder. From an early age, Foulds found love in bird watching and natural history, believing he would grow up to become a zoologist (Wroe). Foulds attended Bancroft’s School in Woodford Green where at age fifteen he discovered his talent for writing, when a teacher suggested
Jan. 2018 The College Drop Out I was a college drop out. At the age of nineteen, in an epiphany of infinite wisdom, I walked off the Community College of Baltimore County’s Essex campus. I was going to work as a medical secretary for a hot, young vascular surgeon. I was bypassing school. I didn’t think going to school to be a writer seemed realistic anymore. My family in the fire department thought I should give up being “artsy-fartsy” and go be a nurse