Three years is an oddly indefinable period of time. Some days, my stint at UCLA seemed interminable.
Some days, it seemed all too transitory. And now, as I sit here typing up the text that will bear my very last byline in the Daily Bruin, I can’t help but realize that both sentiments, opposing as they may be, are incongruously true.
When I imagine average graduate students writing massive, book-length dissertations, I see tired figures, slumped over desks with dark circles under their eyes and piles of books scattered beside them.
I am anything but a vegetarian.
When I stare at my resume, the text describing my memberships in ALD & PES and Golden Key, another honor society at UCLA, mocks me.
Having just joined Mortar Board this year, that brings my total to a whopping three honor societies listed on my resume, two of which I can comfortably say I’ve had no involvement in.
Daily Bruin Opinion editor, Serli Polatoglu, offers welcome, advice
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