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This summer, we wanted to highlight the experiences of Carolina’s many spirited and hardworking students through our Tar Heel Treks series. We asked students to tell us about their summer experiences. Read what these Tar Heels had to say in their own words:

Mary Esposito

Mary is a freshman from Raleigh, N.C. majoring in business administration.

Mary is standing in front of the famous painting of Mona Lisa.Mary is standing on a building with a view of Paris, France behind her. You can see the Eiffel Tower.Mary is backlit, standing in the doorway of a building in India with her hands raised.

 

Whether it’s traveling, working at a job or internship or researching, share some of the activities that you are participating in this summer.

This summer I have been backpacking around the world while running my online business. In May, I started my sabbatical in India, viewing beautiful sites from the Taj Mahal to the holy city of Varanasi on the Ganges River. Soon after, I departed for Germany. Since then, I’ve taken trains all over Europe, experiencing the icy snowcapped mountains of Switzerland, the sweltering heat of Rome, Italy, and the cool waters of the Mediterranean Sea off the Greek beaches of Mykonos. This morning I left Paris and I’m writing this on a train to Ettlingen, Germany. Tomorrow afternoon I leave to take a train to Amsterdam, after which I’ll journey to Belgium, Luxembourg and Iceland. I arrive home in late July, just in time for freshman orientation!

Throughout this wild experience, I’ve been running my online business. I’ve monetized my TikTok platform, where I post daily educational videos on important financial literacy topics such as budgeting, investing and entrepreneurship. I currently have a couple sponsors and earn income from affiliate marketing and brand deals. I’ve gotten used to taking business calls late at night to align with EST! However, I’m so glad I have this opportunity to travel and explore the world, and I’m super excited to start my first year at Carolina next month!

 

Did any courses or experiences at Carolina inspire your summer break experience(s) this year? If so, explain how.

Since I’m a rising freshman, I haven’t had any chance to take UNC courses. But I’m super excited for orientation and class registration.

 

What was one takeaway, lesson learned or insight that you will carry moving forward?

Traveling over the world has opened my eyes! I’ve been in countries where the main spoke language is Greek, Italian, French, German and Hindi. The language barrier has only underscored the importance of learning foreign languages. Knowing how to communicate with people in their native tongue exposes you to a whole new cultural experience the language barrier would have otherwise prevented. Inspired, I’ve started learning Spanish on Duolingo and I just reached my 35-day streak! I’m also excited to continue studying German at Carolina in the fall.

 

How do you think that your summer experience will help you as you begin a new semester at Carolina?

My summer experience has taught me major time management skills. Running my online business and churning out content daily was already a big task at home, but it’s even more challenging abroad. My days are packed with activities and most times I don’t have Wi-Fi to work. I’ve had to really plan out my content and work ahead to meet brand deadlines, so I don’t fall behind. I plan to apply these skills to class work as well!

Amir Shaheen

Amir is a sophomore from Wilmington, N.C. majoring in biology with double minor in chemistry and global cinema.

South Korean fish market. The fish are laid nicely on a table.Amir standing in front of a large South Korean temple.Scene of a city somewhere in South Korea. There are tall modern buildings with lots of people walking around.

 

Whether it’s traveling, working at a job or internship or researching, share some of the activities that you are participating in this summer.

For the first four weeks of the summer, I worked at a clinical research site which sought to develop vaccines for various emerging and existing viruses. My work predominantly focused on clinical testing for RSV and COVID-19 vaccines in Phase 3 of their research track. I then departed for South Korea, where I backpacked around the country for three weeks. Staying in hostels costing under $12 a night, I met incredible people from across the globe. Since late June, I have been taking classes at Yonsei University, in the heart of Seoul. I have been taking two classes: Korean Cinema and Korean History.

 

Did any courses or experiences at Carolina inspire your summer break experience(s) this year? If so, explain how.

Yes! Absolutely. My exploration of Korean cinema was inspired by the film classes which I have taken at UNC. This course primarily centers around Korean film in the post-colonial era. We have worked extensively on the formation of the unique Korean identity as expressed in film since Japanese decolonization.

 

What was one takeaway, lesson learned or insight that you will carry moving forward?

As I’ve primarily backpacked alone this summer, I’ve learned the value of spending time with myself. As an extrovert, it’s an experience that I’ve never really had in the past for such an extended period of time, and I think that this time fosters a lot of self-reflection. It’s a skill I hope to continue to work on in the future.

 

How do you think that your summer experience will help you as you begin a new semester at Carolina?

Having met people from all across the world, I’ve learned a tremendous amount about numerous cultures. Being able to share this cultural immersion with friends and classmates back at UNC is half the adventure!

 

Odell Escorcia-Puente

Odell is a freshman from Stanley, N.C. majoring in biology.

Odell going down a steep drop in a river on his kayak.Two Tar Heels standing in front of a river wearing all of their kayaking gear.

 

Whether it’s traveling, working at a job or internship or researching, share some of the activities that you are participating in this summer.

I spent my summer chasing the most technical whitewater in North Carolina! My whitewater kayak has taken me into the depths of many mountains, often so remote that search and rescue is nearly impossible. I have had the pleasure of exploring some unique places that the majority of the population would never encounter due to the inaccessibility. My local summer run was the Green River Narrows, a run in Saluda, N.C., providing experienced boaters with a very consequential but exhilarating, steep creek. Although high risk is involved, I continue to push my limits in the sport to feel at peace with the nature that surrounds me. Kayaking is a rewarding escape from reality that has caused me to cherish the little true wilderness our beautiful state has to offer.

 

Did any courses or experiences at Carolina inspire your summer break experience(s) this year? If so, explain how.

Although I have not taken any courses at Carolina yet, I worked a fellowship program at my high school/early college program that allowed me to study macroinvertebrates in the same streams that I was kayaking! I would kayak my jars into the rivers, paddle, then collect my samples to study. My goal was to understand point-source solutions near bridges, which translated into understanding the impacts the litter I encounter in the rivers had on me. The increasing recreation of my favorite rivers is exciting as more people enjoy the river! The increasing recreation, however, is damaging to the ecosystem around us. It was a creative way to mix my passions with my future career choices.

 

What was one takeaway, lesson learned or insight that you will carry moving forward?

My time spent by rivers and mountains has made me realize that the goal of preservation is an important mindset current and future generations should have. Nothing is more important than realizing that this Earth is all we have, so we should improve the quality of our lands to improve our quality of life. I love spreading the joy of kayaking for one reason: I introduce people into a world revolved around nature. Being so connected to nature makes people aware of the dire conditions our world is in, creating ambassadors from our beautiful planet.

 

How do you think that your summer experience will help you as you begin a new semester at Carolina?

My approach to education is forever changed by my summer. Although I already had a love for kayaking and nature, this summer’s experiences camping, kayaking, mountaineering, and climbing guided me towards a mentality set on learning how to improve the resource that I am most passionate about: water!

 

Colleen Whitener

Colleen is a senior from Conover, N.C. majoring in biology and environmental science and minoring in women and gender studies.

College holding a bird in her hand and smiling.Six canoes on the shore of a lake with a beautiful mountain in the background.Colleen sitting on the ground with a bird in her hand.

 

Whether it’s traveling, working at a job or internship or researching, share some of the activities that you are participating in this summer.

For 6 weeks, I went to Molas Pass in Colorado with Keith Sockman’s lab to do research on Lincoln’s sparrows. I went with his two graduate students and his undergrads, and we were all virtually strangers! I was able to get my first hands-on experience handling birds and taking their mass, measurements, and even blood! I was also able to observe over the weeks as they laid eggs, hatched, grew into nestlings, and eventually fledged the nest! In addition, I helped record males singing in the early, early morning (5:30 or earlier)!

Outside of research activities, I was able to visit cities in other parts of Colorado such as Telluride, Ouray, Ophir, and Durango seeing things like a gem show, bookstores, and antique shops. On our trip to Telluride, we went through Ophir Pass (more than 11,000 ft) and saw a pika! Along with a pika, I was able to see baby bunnies, hares, fawns, mule deer, the rare American three-toed woodpecker, Northern flickers, marmots, elk, three hummingbird species, and more! I also hiked to Adrenaline Falls jumping from the rocks and experiencing the freezing cold water.

 

Did any courses or experiences at Carolina inspire your summer break experience(s) this year? If so, explain how.

I learned about this opportunity through Avian Biology (476/476/L) as Dr. Sockman was my teacher. Learning about birds and hearing about my professor’s research and experiences inspired me to apply! In addition, the previous summer I helped the second professor for the class Dr. Allen Hurlbert with his Caterpillars Count! project where we went to three different sites (including campus) and examined trees for arthropods. This was to determine how birds’ food sources are prevalent over the years and how they are affected by this change. This experience inspired me to take Avian Biology and apply for this Colorado experience.

 

What was one takeaway, lesson learned or insight that you will carry moving forward?

I never imagined myself becoming so interested in birds and spending six weeks camping while doing so! I learned a lot about myself physically such as I can spend six weeks sleeping on the ground, cooking on a camp stove, walking over 18,000 steps on uneven ground at high elevation, gaining a lot of blisters and mosquitos bites, enduring rain, and hail, and have an amazing time doing so while still being able to conduct research.

 

How do you think that your summer experience will help you as you begin a new semester at Carolina?

As I begin a new semester, this experience will remind me the value of going outdoors to destress. Just something as simple as going on a short walk around campus or spending time on Polk Place with friends is a great way to relax!

 

Lindsey Pegram

Lindsey is a senior from Greensboro, N.C. majoring in environmental health and Hispanic linguistics and minoring in French.

Lindsey is sitting on a large boulder outside with a body of water behind her. A group of people are standing around a table in the Makerspaces. Lindsey is holding up a Makerspaces sticker.

 

Whether it’s traveling, working at a job or internship or researching, share some of the activities that you are participating in this summer.

From May 2022 to June 2022, I participated in a five-week fellowship funded by the U.S. Embassy of Uruguay to establish and educate others about sustainable makerspaces. I worked primarily with an English-learning center called Alianza Cultural Uruguay-Estados Unidos in Montevideo. The space was awarded two 3D printers and various electronics equipment to create a sustainable, multi-purpose learning environment for Alianza students. Throughout the fellowship, I not only introduced individuals to the concept of a makerspace and conducted workshops about 3D printing processes and other technologies, but I also facilitated English-learning through makerspace-related activities and instilled in others the idea that everyone is a maker regardless of experience level, interests, or available resources.

 

Did any courses or experiences at Carolina inspire your summer break experience(s) this year? If so, explain how.

This program granted me the opportunity to combine almost all my academic and extracurricular interests by incorporating not only sustainability measures emphasized in Environmental Health coursework, but also the chance to immerse myself in a Spanish-speaking country where I was tasked with teaching others about complex technologies such as additive manufacturing almost entirely in Spanish. The opportunity to combine my Spanish and environmental interests by helping to establish a sustainable makerspace encouraged me to apply for, and eventually be accepted to, this position. However, perhaps the most influential experience from UNC that attracted me to this program was the fact that I have worked at the BeAM Makerspaces since my first year at UNC. Not only are the BeAM spaces full of incredible technology that is available to all UNC affiliates, but they are spaces that encourage innovation from all by reminding patrons that regardless of their background, interests, experience-level, or available resources, EVERYONE is a maker.

 

What was one takeaway, lesson learned or insight that you will carry moving forward?

Makerspaces, at their core, are environments in which all people able to create, problem solve, and work together to complete a task. Even though they are normally associated with sophisticated technologies such as 3D-printers, the primary objective of a makerspace is to instill in others that they are makers regardless of their interests, experience level, or available materials. Additionally, to lower barriers-to-entry in makerspaces with advanced technology, I learned how important it is to emphasize that although a specialized ability such as familiarity with 3D-printer can be marketable, the more applicable outcome acquired during one’s experience with these types of machines is a renewed sense of confidence and improved problem-solving skills. The most important message is that one can create a project, formulate a new idea, or make a difference with whatever resources and knowledge available to them. For this reason, makerspaces not only serve as physical locations that inspire innovation, but also as symbolic reminders that through creativity and collaboration, we, as human beings, are all capable of making a difference. During my time in Uruguay, I was so inspired by the innovation of the people I worked with and was especially impressed by their ability to create new projects and ideas from recyclable materials. One of the most rewarding opportunities was serving as a judge for Project ReCreo, a program that incentivized primary school students across the country to repurpose recycled materials and convert them into functional projects. The winner created a pencil pouch from disposable masks!

 

How do you think that your summer experience will help you as you begin a new semester at Carolina?

Not only has this summer experience improved my Spanish fluency, but it has helped me further appreciate makerspace environments and how they are able to inspire innovation and collaboration among others. I hope to evoke some of the creativity I witnessed in Uruguay in the BeAM spaces and continue to share how much this type of learning environment has enriched my education and identity as a UNC student. Lastly, I hope to echo the Uruguay space’s sustainability measures and inspire others to not just recycle, but to repurpose their disposable materials to emphasize both innovation and conservation in making a physical project or making a difference.

 

Pranav Singla

Pranav is a junior from Cary, N.C. majoring in nutrition science and research and minoring in chemistry. 

 

Whether it’s traveling, working at a job or internship or researching, share some of the activities that you are participating in this summer.

This summer I spent five weeks of my time abroad interning at a private hospital in Pokhara, Nepal. During this time, I shadowed doctors and nurses in the emergency department, operating room, and orthopedics. Whether it was watching eye-opening procedures and surgeries, practicing proper bedside manner for a patient, or conversing with ER doctors about how they arrive at a diagnosis, I began to understand the skills, knowledge, and empathy required for health professionals to provide patients with the best possible care.

 

Did any courses or experiences at Carolina inspire your summer break experience(s) this year? If so, explain how.

I wouldn’t necessarily say a specific Carolina course inspired me to take on this trip. However, I was surprised to see how much of my knowledge from my anatomy class (BIOL 252) I was able to apply in the hospital. It was crazy to me how just having a basic understanding of various organ system pathways along with their anatomical features helped me in my learnings and conversations with physicians.

 

What was one takeaway, lesson learned or insight that you will carry moving forward?

I think from this experience I have learned the importance of being completely independent. Going from constantly being surrounded by my friends in college to being the only person in the program in foreign country was not easy at first. However, over time I was surprised by the strides I had made. Whether it was grabbing dinner, hiking, or shopping, I felt I was successful in finding ways to keep myself occupied with things that interested me. I think independence is a really useful thing to become accustomed to, and I hope to continue working on this in the future.

 

How do you think that your summer experience will help you as you begin a new semester at Carolina?

I think this experience will bring about a more confident and motivated version of me. I felt that the hospital experience validated my interest in medicine which will go a long way as I continue to prepare to become a medical professional in the future. I look forward to coming back to UNC with these new skills and sharing this experience with my friends.

 

Emily Pack

Emily is a senior from Nags Head, N.C. majoring journalism minoring in information systems.

 

Whether it’s traveling, working at a job or internship or researching, share some of the activities that you are participating in this summer.

This summer, I spent a month volunteering with The English Camp Company in Italy and taught English to Italian children in a summer camp setting.My camp locations were Apricena and Foligno. I enjoyed being able to work alongside other English tutors from the US, England, Ireland, and Scotland. I also really enjoyed staying with two different host families that showed me around their beautiful country and cooked delicious food. A big thank you to UNC’s Apple Service Learning Program for awarding me the 2022 Summer Stipend that helped me do this experience.

 

What was one takeaway, lesson learned or insight that you will carry moving forward?

The biggest takeaway from this experience for me was gaining more confidence as an individual. I have never traveled abroad solo before or been an English teacher; but it was such a rewarding experience that I was able to backpack over Italy and be able to watch as my students learned English. At the end of each camp, we had a final show where families attended, and each class did a skit. It was rewarding watching my class do their five-minute skit in English, especially since they didn’t know how to say something simple like “Can I go to the bathroom” on the first day. I am so proud of my students!

 

How do you think that your summer experience will help you as you begin a new semester at Carolina?

I had always heard the quote “you can do anything you set your mind to,” but now I really believe it to be true. I’m eager to have this new mindset and carry it with me into my senior year at Carolina.

Armani Johnson

Armani is a senior majoring in psychology and minoring in chemistry and health and society.

 

Whether it’s traveling, working at a job or internship or researching, share some of the activities that you are participating in this summer.

At the beginning of the summer, I worked at a retail store and shadowed a pediatric doctor for 33 hours. For the past six weeks, I have been studying abroad in London through a partner program with King’s College London. Since my classes are only three hours long and in the morning, I have been able to experience London by going to many sites and taking day/weekend trips with classmates. So far, I have taken day trips to Bath, Windsor, Cambridge, and Brighton. I plan on taking a weekend trip to Paris and a day trip to Birmingham and Ancient Stonehenge. Because I am on a UNC dance team, UNC Kamikazi, I have also been taking dance classes at a local studio near my accommodation.

 

Did any courses or experiences at Carolina inspire your summer break experience(s) this year? If so, explain how.

No particular classes I was enrolled in this past school year inspired my summer break experience. However, I was able to further develop a connection with a professor with whom I had a class in the spring semester of my sophomore year. This past school year, I was an undergraduate learning assistant during the fall and spring semesters for one of their classes. They encouraged me to study abroad because they regret not doing so when they were an undergraduate, and they knew it would be a valuable experience for me.

 

How do you think that your summer experience will help you as you begin a new semester at Carolina?

I believe that my perspective on my education will change this coming semester. Even though studying and attaining good grades are important, it is also essential to live in the moment and spend time with those who I care most about. From these moments, I can recharge and not get as stressed during busy times during the semester. Thus, I want to have a better work-life balance.

 

Sahil Sethi

Sahil is a senior from Greensboro, N.C. majoring in biomedical engineering and minoring in Spanish and Hindu-Urdu.

 

Whether it’s traveling, working at a job or internship or researching, share some of the activities that you are participating in this summer.

For first few weeks of the summer, I took a fascinating course on African media and continued my job as an EMT in Chapel Hill. For the second summer session, I departed for the Galapagos in Ecuador with the UNC Spanish group. Over the last month, I stayed with a local family, took two Spanish classes on US Immigration and Latin American Literature, and explored the Galapagos with an amazing group of peers. The experience was an incredible way to make new friends, practice my Spanish, and learn about the important conservation efforts being done in the islands. I also used the opportunity to practice my photography hobby, and I have shared some examples here.

Did any courses or experiences at Carolina inspire your summer break experience(s) this year? If so, explain how.

All of my Spanish instructors at UNC have informed me that immersion is by far the best way to gain both fluency and cultural competency with the Spanish language and cultures of Spanish-speaking countries. Consequently, I have been trying to study abroad since my first summer at UNC two years ago, but this was not previously possible due to the COVID-19 pandemic. I am incredibly grateful that the program worked out this summer and gave me the experience of a lifetime.

 

What was one takeaway, lesson learned or insight that you will carry moving forward?

My biggest takeaway from the program is how much my Spanish has improved. My host family did not speak English, so I was challenged to improve my fluency daily. Besides this, seeing animals like sea lions tangled in plastic firsthand has made me much more conscious about my environmental footprint and motivated to reduce it.

 

How do you think that your summer experience will help you as you begin a new semester at Carolina?

My immigration class taught me an incredible amount about the reasons that individuals choose to migrate to the US. These lessons will be very important to understanding and empathizing with many of my patients as an EMT. Moreover, having learned so much about Ecuadorian culture, the Spanish language, and environmental conversation, I cannot wait to share my lessons with my peers this upcoming semester!

Sara Meehan

Sara is a junior from Wilmington, N.C. majoring in biomedical and health sciences engineering and minoring in biology and chemistry.

 

Whether it’s traveling, working at a job or internship or researching, share some of the activities that you are participating in this summer.

I am a SURF recipient working on an independent research project with the Polacheck Laboratory. I am investigating 3D printing as a method to create perusable human micro vessels.

Did any courses or experiences at Carolina inspire your summer break experience(s) this year? If so, explain how.

BMME 298 (Sophomore Design) was incredibly helpful towards my research progress this summer. Knowing how to design parts and to use 3D printing is a highly effective method for problem-solving. This class exposed me to the different types of 3D printing and computer-aided design (CAD). I also appreciate BIOL 252 (Human Anatomy and Physiology) as it helps me understand the medical implications behind my research project.

 

What was one takeaway, lesson learned or insight that you will carry moving forward?

I have learned to always ask questions if I am in doubt. While it can feel annoying or overbearing at times, quickly checking if a process is correct can be the difference between success and a long, expensive mistake. Communication is also critical in a lab space. Since everyone in the lab is growing cells, you must inform the entire lab if there might be suspected contamination, or if anything seems out of the ordinary. Catching mistakes early not only helps your progress, but that of your entire lab.

 

How do you think that your summer experience will help you as you begin a new semester at Carolina?

This experience taught me valuable technical skills, for example, sterile technique, cell culture, microscopy, and 3D printing. Further, this experience provided me with practice in visualizing solutions, which is a critical process as an engineer.

 

Anthony Ciano

Anthony is a junior from Charlotte, N.C. majoring in biology and Latin American studies.

 

Whether it’s traveling, working at a job or internship or researching, share some of the activities that you are participating in this summer.

I had the opportunity to study abroad in Cuba for two weeks before transferring to UNC this fall and explore the island of my heritage. Nobody in my family has been back in two generations so it was such a fantastic time to connect with my culture in a way I wasn’t able to do before. Additionally, I volunteered as an EMT, travelled to Lake Tahoe, volunteered in the ED of a local hospital, and lead my non-profit, College ARCH, through our third annual fellowship where we provide resources and mentorship for underrepresented students applying to colleges and universities.

 

Did any courses or experiences at Carolina inspire your summer break experience(s) this year? If so, explain how.

Although so haven’t taken any courses at Carolina yet, my experiences definitely impacted the classes I will be taking this semester. I recently added my second major in Latin American studies due to my experiences in Cuba and will be taking History of Cuba with Dr. Perez this fall to learn even more about the country.

 

What was one takeaway, lesson learned or insight that you will carry moving forward?

Although I learned so much about new cultures, perspectives, and ideas, I really learned how fortunate I am to have access to basic necessities such as healthcare, education, food, and water. So many people within our own country do not have the same opportunities I have been given so it feels necessary that in the future, I work towards addressing these inequalities through my work.

 

How do you think that your summer experience will help you as you begin a new semester at Carolina?

My summer experience will help me as I begin my new semester at Carolina as I interact with people from all over the world. I am excited to share my experiences and with others and learn more about differing perspectives so I can grow and leave an impact on campus.

 

Sasha Surkin

Sasha is a sophomore from Greenville, N.C. majoring in business minoring in media and journalism.

 

Whether it’s traveling, working at a job or internship or researching, share some of the activities that you are participating in this summer.

This summer, I’ve been working on my start-up, WeyeZE (“wise”). I made a film detailing the reason I founded WeyeZE, called “Sight Unseen,” highlighting the economic and social impact of access to proper vision care. My film was chosen to be featured in the ConnectHER international film festival and is open for voting now! I traveled internationally to Ireland at the beginning of the summer, and when I returned, I received my CPR and AED certification in preparation to teach Zumba at UNC! I have been working to plan events for the 1789 Hub for Innovation at UNC and am so excited for this semester. When I wasn’t working this summer, I read lots of books, alternating one fictional fun read with one read oriented around business and entrepreneurship.

 

Did any courses or experiences at Carolina inspire your summer break experience(s) this year? If so, explain how.

Taking BUSI 188 and 189 last year inspired me to think of business in a new light and incorporate different methods into how I work. I was inspired to enter the film festival because of the practice I had advocating for myself and my cause. Entrepreneurship requires an immense amount of grit to keep going even when people oppose you. This summer, Jaki Bonilla, who is the head of social innovation at UNC, has had a huge impact on my mentality regarding the business world. I aspire to help people through social innovation and being mentored by Jaki has been amazing! It encouraged me to push myself to try traditional Gaelic games in Ireland and enter into the film festival.

 

What was one takeaway, lesson learned or insight that you will carry moving forward?

Never stop trying. I’ve learned that when faced with negativity and pushback, it is important to stay strong in your goals regardless of what other may say. Also, never underestimate yourself! Entering a film festival was intimidating, but I did it anyway and look where it landed! It’s easier to do difficult things when the motive is one of benevolence and helping others. I knew being in this film festival would help spread WeyeZE’s mission to communities around the globe.

 

How do you think that your summer experience will help you as you begin a new semester at Carolina?

This summer has been pivotal for confidence in oneself. I have been on many adventures this summer, from traveling to outskirts of Ireland, trying whitewater rafting, kayaking along NC rivers, and producing a film, I have pushed myself to widen my comfort zone, and have become more comfortable stepping outside of it. This will help me this semester at Carolina when I continue working on WeyeZE as a full-time student and help in the studio when I teach Zumba to other Carolina students. I am also working towards getting an internship at NBC at the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and working towards getting into the Hussman School for the MeJo minor!

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