Sometimes it’s awkward when people ask me what my major is. Saying I don’t have one isn’t the response they expect, but a lot of adults have told me they changed their major like four times in college. I’ve met a ton of other Exploring students here. The admissions office made me feel really good about Exploring too.
Just whatever makes me happy. I don’t want to go to work everyday hating my job, and I’d like to live semi-comfortably.
The best experience has been meeting people, by far. Everyone is so kind. Every single time I sit down at lunch I meet somebody new. It’s crazy. I knew two people when I first came here. Now I know so many people that it’s insane.
I recently joined environmental club and choir. I like to volunteer, so I plan on being really involved with that. I’m also going to get a job to help pay my loans.
If you don’t take risks you’re gonna regret it. I’ve found that out so much the past year. I was scared to do a lot of things and then I realized I just need to stop holding myself back. Like if you just walk up to a table of people and say hey, can I sit with you? They’re not going to say no. Lots of times you can make tons of new friends that way.
I got bit by a shark. I was swimming with 8-10 ft. sharks in Belize. You can still kind of see the scar on my hand.