By Erica Sells
As we enter the second semester, the class of 2020 gets even closer to the day they shall be thrown onto the busted-up car named “Life”. But before that, the news team thought it’d be a good idea to find out what’s running through their heads. Specifically, My Tran’s.
My Tran is a part of the Academic Team and is a library aide. As a Senior, she feels that she has learned a lot but is still confused about what’s ahead. She has benefited from the dual credit classes, though she thinks she would have been even better prepared with a class to teach her real-life skills. Such as filing taxes, tuition, student loans, etc..
My Tran has already applied for and been accepted to Western Kentucky University, University of Louisville, University of Tennessee, Northern Kentucky University, Campbellsville University, and Wayne State University. She chose these colleges because of their exceptional biology and medical courses.
At one of her many options, she will earn a bachelor’s in biology and enter a medical school to become either a Ph.D. or an MD. Because she loves helping others and biology has always been a fun subject, she decided to be a doctor. My Tran advises that her underclassmen, “hang out with [their] family and friends as much as [they] can because Senior year comes and goes very quickly”. Tran has a reputation for being a hard-working, passionate student who values family and has a bright future ahead of her.