My nationality is Dominican Republic.
leadership roles are ping pong and Yearup.
losing timidity is hard, but not impossible
"fish have many paths and many times he or she takes the current because it is easy, but he or... Read More
She sat -- her eyes closed, slouching forward on the large, blue, plaid cushion as the last chords of “Pachelbel’s Canon” drifted off of my finger tips and into our decorated living room. “Beautiful” mum whispered.... Read More
Hi this is Jeffrey B. Pershay Jr and I would like to sign up for the 2016 honor society! I am a hard working person and friendly! I work at the scotch plains YMCA and currently graduating with a liberal studies CT at... Read More
Yay, first article! I love writing (I usually write more poems XD), but I never wrote an article for a blog, so this is exciting for me!Heads-up! I will be sharing a little video at the end of the... Read More
The 2016 Interdisciplinary, Community Oriented Primary Care (COPC) program at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School is designed to provide students from other disciplines in the healthcare field an opportunity to... Read More
You could say that I'm one of the lucky ones, because I have such a passion for the field that I am in. People are still telling me now, in their mid-20s, how lucky I am to have found something that I truly love doing... Read More
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