A city that shaped me in three short years. Madison, Wisconsin is a very college bubble town in the best way possible. I’m a proud UW-Badger as I graduated here with a science degree. Madison has the best fall weather around with enjoyable views along the lakeshore path or from a top of the Capitol Building. On the weekends, look forward to an amazing farmer’s market along the Capitol square with amazing honey crisp apples and homemade warm bread. The brunch is on point, the coffee shops are on point and the vibes are very cuddly.
Graduating from a top public research university in America is an amazing experience. Especially after I was able to contribute to researching some amazing topics in the science world. I had the opportunity to work with world renowned professors in a multitude of backgrounds. In an organic chemistry office hour, I had asked one of my professors how he knew what he wanted to do after he “grew up” and his response was he was still figuring it out and that’s when i realized that studying topics should be for fun and for the growth of yourself and how you can better the world, not because you needed to study for a specific career path. When you enjoy something, you thrive.