An odd yet totally cool intro post
Most first blogs start out by telling you the writer's name, where they're from and some interesting thing about them. I'll do that, but at the end of this blog post, in the mean time here is a picture, I'm the one with the cool hair. I'm a bit unorthodox.
Dartmouth was the last school I thought I would end up at, I didn't think that I was "a Dartmouth student." I had doubted myself and what I was capable of for a pretty long time. I was intimidated by the more than 245 years of history which the college has compared to my 13 years of living in America. I didn't think that I would fit in, I thought that I didn't belong. It wasn't until I realized that there is no "typical Dartmouth student" that I saw myself here. I struggled with understanding that there is no single voice which speaks for all of Dartmouth but rather it's our collective voices which create the voice of the college. The beautiful thing about now being on campus is that I get to see first hand just how true that is. Dartmouth is a place which welcomes you for you, and invites you to be your most genuine self.