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My artifact is the piano because it has been a major aspect of my life for thirteen years. The piano is kind of a conflicting artifact for me because while it brings me a sense of calmness and clarity, it also makes me reminisce on countless hours of practicing and the hard work that has gone with it. I think playing the piano is a staple aspect of my life because when I get stressed with schoolwork or social situations, it is always there to snap me out of reality and calm me down.
Playing the piano is also very important to me because it highlights the effort I place in all activities. It represents hard work, motivation, and perseverance because of the many hours I’ve spent playing and practicing for exams. It is an interesting artifact for me because it has brought both challenging and calming sides to me. But overall, it still remains an extremely important aspect to my life, as I don’t know what I would do if I couldn’t play anymore!
The piano helps to tell my story because it encompasses both the challenging moments as well as the relaxing ones. It showcases my personality very well in the fact that I love to work hard and achieve my goals, but also relax and enjoy time with others. Playing the piano represents me very well and I love the strength and motivation that I have received from this instrument since I was a child. I don’t know who I would be if I didn’t learn these lessons along the way and impact from this beautiful instrument.
Hi, my name is Farah Desai and I am a first-year business student at The Ohio State University majoring in Marketing. I am from Cincinnati, Ohio where I attended Fairfield High School. I held a leadership role in clubs such as National Honor Society, Interact Club, French Club, Symphony Orchestra, and student council where I served as class president for three years. I was also involved in my school’s tennis team all throughout high school, as well as a black belt instructor at my local Tae Kwon Do gymnasium. Additionally, I volunteered with numerous organizations for kids and senior citizens, as a Big for the Big Brothers Big Sisters program, a baseball coach for the Reds Rookie Success League, and a volunteer with Alzheimer’s patients and other elderly citizens at different nursing homes.
Currently at Ohio State, I am a part of the Mount Leadership Society Scholars Program and on the Recruitment, Outreach, and Welcome Committee (ROW). I also hope to join a few student organizations pertaining to my major as well as my interests soon. Although I am unclear on my future after college, I am excited to learn more about my career path and create new memories here at Ohio State.