Day in the Life of a Student
I am majoring in Human Physiology because the classes cater to my interests and create a solid foundation that will help me with the medical school curriculum. Ever since I was a child, I’ve wanted to be a surgeon, partly because of the large number of doctors in my family that have been influential role models and also due to my fascination with the intricacies and mysteries of the human body. I hope to pursue a career in neurosurgery in the future, as it is a field that is yet to be fully understood.
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|9||Class||Research at BMC||Class|
|2||Class||Lunch||Class||Research at BMC||Class||Homework||Volunteer|
|3||Free Time||Gym||Class||Research||Research at BMC||Free Time|
|4||Free Time||Gym||Class||Research||Research||Free Time|
|5||Free Time||Free Time||Class||Research||Research||Band practice||Free Time|
|6||Free Time||Free Time||Class||Class||Research||Band||Dinner|
|9||Fraternity Meeting||Homework||Free Time||Dinner||Dinner||Out to dinner with girlfriend||Homework|
|10||Fraternity Meeting||Homework||Out into Boston with Friends||Out into Boston with Friends||Homework|
Natalie Tukan: “Being in Kilachand Honors College is a wonderful complement to my Sargent College experience. My honors seminars are small and interactive, providing an individualized classroom experience. And since the seminars are writing-intensive and multi-disciplinary, they have helped hone my analytical skills. My experiences as both a Sargent and Honors College student are combining to give me a rich intellectual foundation.”