ten questions

What’s best about being a college student?

The ability to think. It’s to be able to pay attention to details.

What’s the worst job you’ve ever had?

I was a dishwasher; it was a hard job.

What is your ideal job?

I’m a pre-med, so I’m going to med school, and my ideal job is to be a surgeon.

How important is love to you?

I think it’s important, because I think it gives balance between your personal life and your work schedule.

What’s your favorite part of San Diego?

I like Torrey Pines. There’s an area over there that’s green where you can play sports and then go and surf, which I’m not going to have time for in a year or so.

What is your opinion of affirmative action?

I think that we should be balanced socially in education or the hospital environment or whatever. I think the more diverse people have to be, the better it is.

What’s your favorite book?

“”Contact,”” by Carl Sagan. Since I’m a neuroscience major, I like things to think beyond.

If you could accomplish one political goal, what would it be?

Since I’m an immigrant, I think [the government] should allow more immigrants to come to this country.

What do you hate being told?

That I can’t do something. I’m extremely competitive, so I believe I can do anything.

What one thing would improve your life most right now?

I’m extremely stressed out now and studying all day long. So just to keep the energy and keep working hard.

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