I love living in a suite, despite my low level of patience for my roommate; however, I would love to be a RA next year. Not only will I have a space I can call my own, I love how close all the RAs in my dorm are. I will have the opportunity to get to know the incoming freshmen and pass on any advice I may have while also being a part of a new set of friends. I think an RA position would be perfect for me.
I would consider trying out the French Club. I took French in high school but I didn't learn a whole lot about the culture and I've never been to any French-speaking countries. The only thing that might keep me from trying it out is the fact that I haven't spoken French in a while and I would be worried that a table or something of the sort might be over my head.
I probably will join the Big Brothers/Big Sisters program at some point during my time at Union.
Biology: I am interested mainly in the professions that require a biology degree, such as the health professions. I also find the extreme diversity of material in the biology courses interesting.
Chemistry: I have very thoroughly enjoyed the classes I have taken at Union in the chemistry department. The problem solving aspects of the chemistry courses are a welcome break from the memorization required for other science courses.
Half way through my high school career I transferred from a small day school to a large independent boarding school. This move from a familiar environment forced me to acquire time management skills that can only be developed from living away from home. I feel this acquired skill will help me adapt well in college. Throughout my maturation in high school I realized that the quality of my work was truly up to me and it could be as good or as bad as I choose it to be.