Coming from a small high school of about 400 students I did not know what to expect when I first came to Baruch. I thought that college was going to be hell. The work would be impossible and I wouldn’t have any free time anymore. I was scared that I wouldn’t be able to see my friends anymore also. It’s been the total opposite. I see my friends all the time, and many of them are in the same classes as me. The work has been very easy so far and I’ve found myself with a lot of free time on my hands. My mother tells me that I’m making college look too easy to my younger siblings. I am the oldest of seven children. We are all unique and different and we all have different personalities. The younger siblings are always hyper, so it’s rare to find a place in my house that is quite. Although I hate that I can never do my work peacefully, I still love my brothers and sisters because when I’m bored there will always be something for me to do. I also love watching the Brooklyn Nets. I am a huge fan and even though they stunk the past few years I am excited for the move to Brooklyn and can’t wait for them to finally play in the Barclays Center. Hopefully I can one day work for the organization. I would love to receive a job in sports. It’s past year I interned for Major League Soccer and I loved it. It was so lax and the people there were so nice. I met the commissioner and became close with the CFO. This was a major accomplishment in my life so far. They had only hired college graduates as interns throughout their history, so for me to work there, while I was still enrolled in high school was a huge accomplishment. If I can share one piece of advice it would be to always work your hardest and never give up. If we can stop being lazy and stop procrastinating we can accomplish so much. Good things happen to those who try.