|Hometown:||Buffalo Grove, IL|
|Major/Minor:||Psychology Major, Biology Minor|
Muslim Youth of America, The up-coming positions (CA, Roar Leader, Peer Mentor)
Home in Kenosha, WI
I have too many, Wyllie 3421, the group study room on the library’s 3rd floor.Â The tables above Starbucks. The gorgeous bench outside across from Wyllie hall, the tables by the windows near the library.
Buffalo Wild Wings
Lake Andrea when its warm out with friends and family
Bios 101 - Bioscience
Professor John Ward
Students have a big voice here, their views and opinions don’t go unnoticed unless they choose them to. There are many opportunities that encourage students to speak-up, voice their opinions and have healthy debates with professors who encourage questioning and conversation during lectures. I enjoy having small classes, it opens doors for a deeper learning experience between student and professor, peer to peer.
The society is what gives an environment its value.Â There’s kindness in the Parkside community, sounds cliché, but kindness and humility in people make all the difference to me. The students, staff, and faculty gave me a warm welcome when I first came and were very helpful. Aside from that, the campus has a beautiful location between the wood, offering peace and quiet indoors and out. The environment sets the mood for me to sit, focus, and study, while there’s always something exciting going on around campus, there’s always some place you can go and relax, or if you choose to, join in on some of the fun activities as well.Â
ASK! ASK! ASK! When you have questions, don’t leave them lingering in your mind, ask and don’t worry about nervousness or “looking bad.” The only one that looks bad is the one who doesn’t ask when he’s looking for answers.Â That’s what school is for, worry more about understanding the content than just passing classes, value is more in the knowledge than the GPA.