“What is your greatest fear?” “Being unhappy with the decisions I make later on in life.”

“What is your greatest fear?”
“Being unhappy with the decisions I make later on in life.”

“My younger brother was born last July and I felt so fortunate to be there when he was born.” “Why do you say that?” “Well, being from Kentucky and in college now made me feel so away from home. But being physically present in such an important time with my family really helped me feel closer to them. And also I get to look after him in the years to come.”

“My younger brother was born last July and I felt so fortunate to be there when he was born.”
“Why do you say that?”
“Well, being from Kentucky and in college now made me feel so away from home. But being physically present in such an important time with my family really helped me feel closer to them. And also I get to look after him in the years to come.”

“I’m psychology major and a chemistry and music minor.” “Is there any distinct reason for such a diverse field of study?” “I hope that I can enter a field of something similar to music therapy.” “What made you decide that?” “Over the years I feel as if music has helped shaped me into the person I am today. It’s always been there for me as a stress reliever, entertainer and helps bring clarity into my thoughts.”

“I’m psychology major and a chemistry and music minor.”
“Is there any distinct reason for such a diverse field of study?”
“I hope that I can enter a field of something similar to music therapy.”
“What made you decide that?”
“Over the years I feel as if music has helped shaped me into the person I am today. It’s always been there for me as a stress reliever, entertainer and helps bring clarity into my thoughts.”

“Tell me why you want to become a doctor?”
“Growing up my parents often told me about their struggles immigrating from Pakistan. They were the first ones from my village to come to America and they sacrificed everything so that they could provide us with a better life. After I became more mature I began to see and understand their sacrifices and that really drove me to do the best that I could in school. Often times they would always bring up the idea of becoming a doctor, not necessarily impose it, but merely suggest it. From then I started realizing how honorable and respectable of a job it is. I felt the need to work just as hard as them to repay them by becoming a doctor just to see that their efforts weren’t wasted. My ultimate goal is to hopefully one day go back to Pakistan and help those people in my family and my parents’ community get the care they need and I really hope this path will grant me success in the future.”

“Tell me why you want to become a doctor?”

“Growing up my parents often told me about their struggles immigrating from Pakistan. They were the first ones from my village to come to America and they sacrificed everything so that they could provide us with a better life. After I became more mature I began to see and understand their sacrifices and that really drove me to do the best that I could in school. Often times they would always bring up the idea of becoming a doctor, not necessarily impose it, but merely suggest it. From then I started realizing how honorable and respectable of a job it is. I felt the need to work just as hard as them to repay them by becoming a doctor just to see that their efforts weren’t wasted. My ultimate goal is to hopefully one day go back to Pakistan and help those people in my family and my parents’ community get the care they need and I really hope this path will grant me success in the future.”
“My ultimate goal is to become a creative scientist; which is a nicer way of saying a ‘mad scientist.’” “How does that work?” “Well, when your inspirations come from people like Bruce Banner, Frankenstein and Jekyll, you’ll end up having an interest in fields like manipulating human and animal genetics. Freaky-deeky stuff.”

“My ultimate goal is to become a creative scientist; which is a nicer way of saying a ‘mad scientist.’”
“How does that work?”
“Well, when your inspirations come from people like Bruce Banner, Frankenstein and Jekyll, you’ll end up having an interest in fields like manipulating human and animal genetics. Freaky-deeky stuff.”

“Before I came to NYU to get my master’s degree, I was a pre-school teacher. Now that I’m about to graduate, I really want to get a job in a New York City public high school. Specifically, teaching children with disabilities.” “Why that specific area of profession?” “I just think it’s a community that really needs more help and support- not only in the city, but also all over the world. I really hope that by helping these kids, I can help make a difference in their lives.”

“Before I came to NYU to get my master’s degree, I was a pre-school teacher. Now that I’m about to graduate, I really want to get a job in a New York City public high school. Specifically, teaching children with disabilities.”
“Why that specific area of profession?”
“I just think it’s a community that really needs more help and support- not only in the city, but also all over the world. I really hope that by helping these kids, I can help make a difference in their lives.”

“My dad is in the Marine Corps. Before he entered the military, we were broke- like extra broke. So extra broke plus Marine Corps meant moving a lot and finding new places to live.”
“How many places have you lived so far?” “This is place number 18.” “Do you think this experience has changed you in any way?” “It has made me very adaptable. I mean, you get used to meeting new people. I never learned how to be in once place and settled down but now that I know that I’m going to be here in college for 4 years, it makes me feel more secure about making friendships.”

“My dad is in the Marine Corps. Before he entered the military, we were broke- like extra broke. So extra broke plus Marine Corps meant moving a lot and finding new places to live.”

“How many places have you lived so far?”
“This is place number 18.”
“Do you think this experience has changed you in any way?”
“It has made me very adaptable. I mean, you get used to meeting new people. I never learned how to be in once place and settled down but now that I know that I’m going to be here in college for 4 years, it makes me feel more secure about making friendships.”
“As an alumni what words of wisdom do you wish to share?” “Make the most of your time. I mean you’re living in the greatest city in the entire world and it’s not really the kind of place you want to be spending your entire time in your dorm. Unless of course that’s where you’re making your memories.”

“As an alumni what words of wisdom do you wish to share?”
“Make the most of your time. I mean you’re living in the greatest city in the entire world and it’s not really the kind of place you want to be spending your entire time in your dorm. Unless of course that’s where you’re making your memories.”

“Over the years I’ve worked here, the thing I see most often is students stressing out too much about not getting the grades they want.” “So what would be your advice then?” “Do the best you can but know your limits.”

“Over the years I’ve worked here, the thing I see most often is students stressing out too much about not getting the grades they want.”
“So what would be your advice then?”
“Do the best you can but know your limits.”

“What’s the best part about being on the ice-hockey team?” “The brotherhood bond we’ve created.”

“What’s the best part about being on the ice-hockey team?”
“The brotherhood bond we’ve created.”