Trying to restore a Facebook group created by myself and a couple of friends a while back. It’s called CEREBRUM ACADEMY and its for all students of any age needing help in their studies or can provide help in certain subjects. If you have a question you’re stuck in then write it on our wall and one of the many group members will help answer it, the motto of the group is “together we graduate” and since college is closing for me soon I don’t want this group to stop as I think its a great idea. So if you wanna join just look for cerebrum academy and we will accept you in a heart beat and help you to achieve your diploma or you helping others to achieve theirs. We’re just a group of students, made by students who want to make sure that we all graduate any way necessary. So please Reblog
Yeah life is a blur, Stuff happens everyday so i'll just blog on my daily life and the shit that occurs.
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22 year old New Yorker
born in Trinidad, came when i was 9 months
Architect College Major
I live with a bucket list of things i wanna achieve
I have an obsession with Atlantis and always wanted to be a Archeologist, Have a big love for history and culture. I might end up becoming one.
Or Marine Biologist
Music, Art and Food are my favs follow by photography
My Major Dream is to Travel, and of course find atlantis or build a under the sea city like it
238 years ago a major event that shaped america into a country occurred, this action was the Boston Tea Party. On December 16, 1773 colonist went aboard 3 ships and destroyed taxed tea that was suposed to be return to Britain, This event was a huge factor leading into the American revolution. This event was the cause of unfair taxation by Britain on its imported tea to the colonies which they appealed but weren’t being taken seriously until these actions occurred.
In all it has me thinking, why don’t we take action. Just like the colonist they fought against this law, they did it in a civilized way just to not be heard. Just as us in modern America, we aren’t being taken seriously. We went and protest just for the government to make jokes out of it, saying that the only thing we’re doing is annoying the people in the neighborhood, that the only people in the crowds are homeless bums and worst that they’re jobs out there but the only ones being made are for Subways, Starbucks and Mcdonalds. Those jobs aren’t gonna support a family, those jobs aren’t gonna allow you to live in house/apartment and for all the people who are busting their ass trying to obtain a higher degree those jobs won’t pay off your loans. America gets more and more in debt, they spend more money on wars then education, they talk about how people on wealth fare are stealing the cash when we have politicians making over 400 grand living in their mansions with a retirement package not getting anything done. Our social security is gone and healthcare reform never came close, this government is just shitting on us all and the future. We need a massive change or a new government in all.
Quick thing to a bunch of the people that follow me, when you hit your 20s make sure not to steamroll threw life thinking that you have to fully grow up now. The 20s are for mistakes, decisions and having fun. If you go to college and choice a subject that you don’t like, then change it. Don’t be so busy trying to get your life fully straighten out in 1 year when you believe that you need to make every decision now. Experiment a little, travel if you want just make sure not to make fast decision that you regret later and end up having a mid life crises at the age of 25. Just enjoy some freedom, don’t be so content with obtaining a commitment, just slowly grow up but also make kid mistakes. Just don’t be so quick are your gonna be living a depressed life with many regrets. Just work hard but have fun, make mistakes and leave some things to fall into place.
Tuesdays with Morrie is about a fun active college professor who becomes diagnose with lou gehrigs disease. While he is now robbed of his life that he enjoys of dancing and teaching he is reunited with a old student of his that teaches him the true meaning of life.