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Recently I started working at Scott Dining Hall. One thing that I had not considered when I applied was the astounding amount of diversity among the students that worked there. Meeting someone from a different background in a class is one thing, but when you work with someone you get to know them on a completely different level. Now that I work at Scott, I am friends with people from so many different places. The diverse working population at Scott is probably my favorite thing about the job.
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My name is Zachary Brown, and I am a second year student at The Ohio State University. I currently trying to decide between going to pharmacy school, or medical school after I graduate. Before I came to Ohio State, I lived and worked on a farm. I bring the work ethic that I learned into my academic pursuits. It has been very easy so for, but I enjoy the challenging science courses. Hopefully I will continue to succeed and do well in all of my courses.