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Molly – What do you do for fun socially?

Molly – What do you do for fun socially?

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I love sports, so I watch a lot of sports.  I like going to live sports as well.  I watched a lot of live sports at Stanford.  Other than that, hang out, watch movies.  My friends and I, now that we’re 21, can go out to bars... Show More

I love sports, so I watch a lot of sports.  I like going to live sports as well.  I watched a lot of live sports at Stanford.  Other than that, hang out, watch movies.  My friends and I, now that we’re 21, can go out to bars or go out downtown, stuff like that, that’s been fun.  So, I studied in Chile in South America for three months.  I lived in Santiago with a Chilean family, and lived in their house and it was great.   I think one of the bigger risks I’ve taken, but one of the best things I’ve ever done.  I went to Argentina, I went to Patagonia, and I went all over.  And that was a really different experience because it required me to give up some of my independence, because South America is not remotely accessible.  I needed help with a lot more things than I would have at school.  And that wasn’t something that I was used to and I wasn’t used to asking my friends for help.  And asking for help was a challenge, but at some points you have to know—it’s a give and take.  You have to know when to give up a little independence to get a really cool opportunity, and when you don’t want to do that.

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Molly – What do you do for fun socially?

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Injured in 2005 at age 15, quadriplegic
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I love sports, so I watch a lot of sports.  I like going to live sports as well.  I watched a lot of live sports at Stanford.  Other than that, hang out, watch movies.  My friends and I, now that we’re 21, can go out to bars or go out downtown, stuff like that, that’s been fun.  So, I studied in Chile in South America for three months.  I lived in Santiago with a Chilean family, and lived in their house and it was great.   I think one of the bigger risks I’ve taken, but one of the best things I’ve ever done.  I went to Argentina, I went to Patagonia, and I went all over.  And that was a really different experience because it required me to give up some of my independence, because South America is not remotely accessible.  I needed help with a lot more things than I would have at school.  And that wasn’t something that I was used to and I wasn’t used to asking my friends for help.  And asking for help was a challenge, but at some points you have to know—it’s a give and take.  You have to know when to give up a little independence to get a really cool opportunity, and when you don’t want to do that.

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