For some reason, in America, we are brought up with this weird system that classifies us strictly a math and science person or a humanities person. Even in high school, we are forced to choose which of these categories we fit into, and by the time we are in college, we are supposed to have decided to which of these factions we hold our allegiances. Growing up, I was firmly on the side of the math people. But when I came to Brown it gave me the opportunity and flexibility to explore the self of me that I had been squelching for so many years. I expected the two selves to remain distinct. The math/science me and the writer me, but it hasn't been that simple, and what I have found is this.