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I have no idea what I’m doing

“I’m not pre-med.” “Then, what are you?” “Good question. I don’t really know.” I’ve had the above “conversation” many times, and if it’s done anything, it’s only installed a weird sense of confusion within me. Throughout my freshman year, I’ve taken many classes that are categorized as “pre-med” requirements. I’ve also come to the conclusion…

The allure of the unknown

Let’s take a step back together — think about the summer before your freshman year. Some of you probably spent it traveling, whether it be one last hurrah through your small town or gallivanting the world over. Others held down the fort in one place with an internship, job or a neat volunteering opportunity. Finally,…

I Have Two Heads: On the Fence

Like many other Stanford students, once you get me started, I have a strong opinion about many things. Yet, in everyday life, there are several questions to which my answer can be unexpectedly impartial. What do you feel like eating? Which movie do you want to see? What do you want to do now? Any of the above. No preference. I don’t know, and I don’t care.