SECOND THOUGHTS

Can we talk about how much I’m freaking out right now? I leave for college tomorrow... and I'm scared as hell. My emotions are everywhere, they're at an all-time high, and they come in various waves. One day I'll wake up super excited, looking forward to my new life in Tallahassee. The next day I'm ready to call my school and withdraw LOL. Now the day is almost here and I don't even know how to act. Will I make friends easily? Will I be able to focus as much on my studies as I have in the past? Will my mental health get in the way of things? Will I have the same experience I did in high school? I guess a lot of my worries are coming from my not so good past experiences in school and with peo

Chigozirim Ekeke - Cardiothoracic Surgeon

Chigozirim Ekeke is an ambitious 28-year-old Nigerian from Atlanta, Georgia. In this interview, Chigo outlines what his life is like as a cardiothoracic surgery resident physician and what is it like to have such a demanding career. Hi Chigo! Thank you so much for taking time out of your busy schedule to do this interview! No problem, I’m glad to help. Thank you for having me. What was life like growing up in a Nigerian household? Education is a top priority. My family's principles are based on the importance of faith, education, and family loyalty. The standards were set high; anything less than an A was unacceptable. Shifting gears to your career, how long have you been a heart surgeon? I

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