The me who hopes I become a success story versus the me who wonders when I’ll quit.
The me who just wants to be happy-go-lucky versus the me who needs to second-guess every decision I make.
At a time when many fragments of our lives have disintegrated into the void of family apprehensions and countless Zoom memes, our team encountered each other at this precarious border between privilege and marginality, where passion and leadership met to reconnect the pieces.
But Flora didn’t see me as a convenience friend, a friend you’re only friends with because of your classes or extracurriculars or living group. After freshman fall, she actively attempted to remain in my life.