My FASA Story

My FASA Story | Christian Carmen

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Growing up I had no intention for change, I was always comfortable. I mean I had all of the necessities needed to live, why change? That was the problem, I was afraid of change. [FASA’s First General Meeting, Spoken Word, 2016] Inevitably it happened, my dad cheated on my mom and my world turned upside […]

My FASA Story

My FASA Story | Ann Samson

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[Me with terrible bangs, Age ~5 ish?, San Diego, CA] To be honest, I was suppose to go first in this whole “My FASA Story” series, but I thought my story would be too much for first impressions. It might be too much for people to swallow. Too much. What does it mean to be […]

My FASA Story

My FASA Story | Bryttnii Cariaso

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“The Spirit of an Islander” was the title of my UW admissions essay –  a tale of a heroine who knew her place in the world. But her story was written by a wandering spirit with a wavering heart, with “where are you from?” being such a difficult question. ———— In 2014, the year I […]

My FASA Story

My FASA Story | Catherina Ed

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HELLO friends! Here’s a little about me and my experience with FASA. When I first arrived at the UW I was ecstatic, confident, and ready to take the school by storm that freshmen year. And wow.. I can’t believe how fast it took for that mindset to change. I graduated as Valedictorian and did pretty […]