yellowyak46 wrote:How do people feel about geographic/neighborhood diversity? I'm a middle class white cismale, but I'm from the Southwest and grew up in a farm town outside of a city. Being the Southwest, my hometown has lots of Spanish speakers, native americans, and cultural diversity. Though I myself am not hispanic, Mexican, or Native American, having much more exposure and contact with those groups of people and their respective cultures gave me a different perspective than that of many of my college friends-- upper/upper middle class people from New England/mid-atlantic. Thoughts?
YOU GREW UP ON A FARM
HOLY SHIT THAT WILL MAKE FOR AN AWESOME DSTATEMENT
Seriously people everyone has something that makes them a snowflake. The D-Statement is optional yes, but do you really wanna pass up on the "optional" extra credit assignment when you're teetering on an A and B?