‘Life never gets boring’

Finger in every pie: Allison believes in the benefits of cultivating multiple interests.

AMONG the many things adults like to find out from us students are our ambitions and hobbies.

From as young as the age of six, we have been directed these questions. Imagine asking kindergarteners what they want to be in 20 years when they don’t even know what they want to have for lunch.

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