This post is going to be short, and it is going to be my last.
Over the course of this past year, I have been given so many wonderful and amazing blessings, and I sit here grateful as I type this. My time at Rice was only one of the many experiences that contributed to my senior experience.
For all the bashing and trash talk I have towards the education system in America, I want to close by saying this: all and all, I do actually support and approve the educational foundations of America. Sure there needs to be a little body work done, but thatâ€™s only to improve an already fantastic system.
Weâ€™ve got great teachers, great resources, and great minds, all working towards the central goal of making this world a better place. Overall, America is one of the few countries in the world where a great education can get you places based on merit alone, and I stand by that statement.
Regarding my personal education and experience, I plan to attend Texas A&M University to obtain a degree in Nuclear Engineering, and am super excited to be a part of the class of 2016. Itâ€™s a crazy chaotic time in my life, but I feel prepared for it.
Iâ€™m ready to write my next chapter.
As for the readers who are reading this, I would like to close by saying this:
Thank you so much.
I would not be here without you. Itâ€™s plain and simple: If no one is reading my posts, I would not be a writer for the REEP program, and here I am writing for the REEP program, so that implies someone out there reads my posts.
You, dear reader, have been so fantastic, so supportive, so encouraging.
You have changed my life, and for that, I am eternally grateful.
With best wishes and warm regards,