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HORU April 15, 2016

"In high school, I always enjoyed taking classes that changed the way I look at things. And if you get lucky enough to take a class that's not only interesting, but also taught by a passionate professor, then you walk out thinking about the world in a different way than when you came in. So when I started college, I knew I wanted to study engineering. I chose civil engineering because what I'm really interested in is large scale projects, like buildings and bridges. And civil engineering really has to do a lot with structures and making sure things don't fall down. It's about trying to combat all these different forces and stresses, and trying to keep things balanced. I think balance can be applied to a lot of things in life. Balancing between work and play and between family and friends. Finding a good balance can really change your life."

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