In the days following clicking “Submit” on my primary med school application, that initial sense of accomplishment has been increasingly… Read more grade me…evaluate and rank me…
The unique perspective that being an alum provides for serving on the admissions review committee cuts both ways. The first-hand… Read more there but for the grace of god
At tonight’s FAST orientation, I did something I haven’t done in awhile: introduce myself as “Tony.”* It was kind of… Read more what’s in a name, and in a similar vein.
Before the start of this quarter, I said to myself that I was going to be better about studying, especially… Read more study-ousness progris riport
As I begin to execute parts of my exit strategy from my current job (engineer) to points unknown (med school),… Read more And so, the journey begins.
I grew up in Chicago and I never once caught a sunrise over Lake Michigan until Sunday morning. It was… Read more beauty and trepidation
Being a mile and change from the nearest El station, it’s a wonder I manage to hit up locations outside… Read more linking neighborhoods together
So I’m thinking hey it’d be cool if I got the job with GE after all the interview seemed to… Read more a:ngst
“And now, here’s a look at the world beyond New York.” Pat Kiernan, morning anchor at NY1. It was very… Read more the world beyond new york
Every so often, I’m reminded of just why I liked New York and why I find myself missing it every… Read more They Were Here Before Your Grandparents Were Born