Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) have gotten a bad name from controversial misuse by companies , the most infamous being Monsanto's use of GMOs to protect crops from dying when sprayed with pesticides, harming the health of many innocent consumers. Because of the controversy over Monsanto, consumers fear GMOs, and there are even new labels showing … Continue reading Why the World Needs GMOs
Ever since school has come to a close, I have been worried about my finances for Fall Semester. How will I survive on a meager $150 per month when I have to buy groceries, books, and pay for rent?! Well, today, my worries were put to rest! I was invited to apply to be a … Continue reading A Breakthrough!
That first cup of coffee... and second... and maybe even third. Taking selfies! Downtown areas at night. It doesn't matter where, just as long as there are bright lights and many distractions. Reading by the pool. Blogging in the morning. Biking through the golf courses. Watching Bob's Burgers endlessly because I have no responsibilities (for … Continue reading 10 Things that Make me Happy in the Summer
Today, I finally got all of my final grades back. The wait was intense, but I am happy to report that I exceeded my own expectations. With 2 B's and 4 A's, I managed to remain on the Chancellor's list. It's quite a shame how personally grades affect students. For me, my grades determine my … Continue reading Accomplished
April 2015 Reflections.
April was pretty stressful, with the deadlines for a long list of final assignments for the end of the semester that I hadn't even started coming up. Through the craziness, and a lot of time in the library, I managed to complete all of my tasks and more. The highlights of what I accomplished this … Continue reading April 2015 Reflections