"Harvard made me question that none of my favorite things were ever actually any of my favorite things. I developed my new favorite understanding of life that nothing is ever truly under our control, materializing nicely in a fun series of events where I came back from an odd study abroad program and decided to play human Pinball as I bopped among living at several Harvard houses. I realize my favorite thing about Harvard has been the series of trials it has given me, such that I have come to learn the true value of my ideological resilience. I like many things about my school, in part because I have learned so many things here – learning from the vanguard of academia, with a degree in neuroscience to prove it. My favorite thing about it, however, is the big lessons that have been learned outside the classroom, and that everything is relative."