Need help with statement of diversity

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Rodolfo Diaz
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Need help with statement of diversity

Postby Rodolfo Diaz » Wed Mar 18, 2015 11:17 am

Hello, Top Law School, please help with statement of diversity. Is unusual gist, but I think powerful message and most genuinely from my corazon. Gracias. Writing is not my best skill, so I will take all advice you offer and be glad to have it.

Many times, diversity can be seen.

You get upon the subway car, look around you over the tops of newspapers or Kindles, and see a world of different faces, colors, smiles, haircuts. Everyone is the same, but everyone is different, each going about their day and on their way to work or school. But there are also the differences we cannot see, and this is as much a source of the diversity as the differences we can see peeking out over the tops of New York Posts clutched between trembling, overcaffeinated hands.

I have the diversity that cannot be seen. At least, cannot be seen by most people, depending on what I am wearing, which most usually is not shorts. It is perhaps an odd diversity, but one which I think bears mention, and is not unknown. For many years, HBO had a show about people like me, so we are not a secret.

How to describe... Let us say without saying, speak without speaking, describe without specifics, for after all law school is a professional setting and this, well this is a topic most intimate. Say only that before full-body scanners I was stopped routinely at major airports and accused of smuggling zucchini squash; say only that when I visited the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum the Washington Monument was the second-most-towering obelisk in metropolitan DC; say only that I have and cannot divest myself of a yogurt cannon capable of shooting down passenger jets; say only that Hall of Fame pitcher Randy Johnson calls me "The Big Unit." Say those things, but do not say them in front of my abuelita, for that would be weird.

Yes, I have a diversity not common to law students, many of whom were driven to excel in the academics because they do not have the diversity that I have coiled, like trained cobra dancing for yogi's flute, within my crisply pleated Dockers. How do I feel such diversity could make positive difference at University of Southern California School of Law? In many ways. For one thing, the women of my class will not languish un-pleasured, vacuous empty cavities longing for fond stretching of tubular steak.

I wish to go to law school in order to help others of my background, others with my unseen diversity, overcome the challenges they face. It is a big job, but I am a big man.

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Aquila
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Re: Need help with statement of diversity

Postby Aquila » Wed Mar 18, 2015 11:39 am

Rodolfo Diaz wrote:Hello, Top Law School, please help with statement of diversity. Is unusual gist, but I think powerful message and most genuinely from my corazon. Gracias. Writing is not my best skill, so I will take all advice you offer and be glad to have it.

Many times, diversity can be seen.

You get upon the subway car, look around you over the tops of newspapers or Kindles, and see a world of different faces, colors, smiles, haircuts. Everyone is the same, but everyone is different, each going about their day and on their way to work or school. But there are also the differences we cannot see, and this is as much a source of the diversity as the differences we can see peeking out over the tops of New York Posts clutched between trembling, overcaffeinated hands.

I have the diversity that cannot be seen. At least, cannot be seen by most people, depending on what I am wearing, which most usually is not shorts. It is perhaps an odd diversity, but one which I think bears mention, and is not unknown. For many years, HBO had a show about people like me, so we are not a secret.

How to describe... Let us say without saying, speak without speaking, describe without specifics, for after all law school is a professional setting and this, well this is a topic most intimate. Say only that before full-body scanners I was stopped routinely at major airports and accused of smuggling zucchini squash; say only that when I visited the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum the Washington Monument was the second-most-towering obelisk in metropolitan DC; say only that I have and cannot divest myself of a yogurt cannon capable of shooting down passenger jets; say only that Hall of Fame pitcher Randy Johnson calls me "The Big Unit." Say those things, but do not say them in front of my abuelita, for that would be weird.

Yes, I have a diversity not common to law students, many of whom were driven to excel in the academics because they do not have the diversity that I have coiled, like trained cobra dancing for yogi's flute, within my crisply pleated Dockers. How do I feel such diversity could make positive difference at University of Southern California School of Law? In many ways. For one thing, the women of my class will not languish un-pleasured, vacuous empty cavities longing for fond stretching of tubular steak.

I wish to go to law school in order to help others of my background, others with my unseen diversity, overcome the challenges they face. It is a big job, but I am a big man.



You don't need any help with this diversity statement. You might as well tell your abuelita you got a full ride to H Y and S! auto admitttttt

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LawsRUs
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Re: Need help with statement of diversity

Postby LawsRUs » Wed Mar 18, 2015 2:59 pm

Rodolfo Diaz wrote:How do I feel such diversity could make positive difference at University of Southern California School of Law? In many ways. For one thing, the women of my class will not languish un-pleasured, vacuous empty cavities longing for fond stretching of tubular steak.


:lol: :lol: :lol:
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you trolling?

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A. Nony Mouse
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Re: Need help with statement of diversity

Postby A. Nony Mouse » Wed Mar 18, 2015 4:22 pm

Stop, SBL.




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