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The Case Western Reserve University community is known for thinking beyond the possible. Each week, this column aims to capture a slice of campus life.

Q: Why did you decide to be pre-med?

A: I’ve always had a desire to do biomedical or medical things. I started out as BME and changed to pre-med freshman year after shadowing and seeing what they did. It really turned me to helping people in that way and pursuing that career path. When I first started shadowing a neurosurgeon and seeing how he interacted with people, I felt that that’s how I wanted to be. I think neurosurgery is a system that you can get really involved in. I think you can have a field that’s very specific but gives you a lot of opportunities to problem solve.

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Maria Fazal, Copy Editor
Maria Fazal is a senior majoring in psychology and bioethics. She is the Arts & Entertainment Editor for The Observer. Hailing from a small Ohioan town called North Lima—no relation to Lima or “Glee”—she hopes to one day work as a child psychiatrist.  In her free time, she enjoys drawing, kickboxing, eating Nutella and watching...
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