This is a picture of me from when I got to spend some time going door to door to get out the vote. Citizenship is very important to me and it felt good to do something that I felt was worthwhile. The best part of the experience was going to south columbus and seeing that part of the city, I am not from Ohio so it was a good experience to get to know the area. I also got to meet people from all over the country who had come to volunteer in Ohio, including a retired couple from southern california who I drove me back to campus one day.
This is a can of Monster. I use this image to describe a recent experience in which I learned about the importance of time management. It’s a long story but the moral is simple and should be easy to follow: Monster should be consumed for fun, not function. It wasn’t until I looked in the mirror at 3 am in the bathroom at Hitchcock hall and noticed how my face had changed shape that I realized I was losing weight at college not from a workout routine ( I go to the gym once every never) but from not taking care of myself, staying up to late and sleeping to little. Thankfully I have recognized this pattern in only the second month of my college education and hopefully the lessons I have learned in time management will not leave me before I get my degree.
I am a freshman at The Ohio State University and hope to major in biomedical engineering. I have two brothers, One of whom is an electrical engineer at Penn State, the other is a sophmore in highschool. I am from new jersey. I grew up in the same town my dad grew up in and went to the same high school where my parents met. I am very close to my family. I consider my two brothers to be my best friends and I miss them a lot here at OSU. I am a creative person and I enjoy drawing and painting in my freetime. I also like playing with legos, which I collect with my little brother. I am a member of the Lego club here at OSU and I am also a member of Buckeye Broomball. As a member of the Mount Leadership Society Scholars program and a first year engineering student I have a lot going on but I am loving it all.
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