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College of Graduate Studies, MD/PhD.
Hometown: Tripoli, Lebanon.
you want to be when you were a child: An engineer.
Three words that best describe you:
Workaholic, trustworthy and difficult to please.
Languages spoken other than English:
French and Arabic.
Interests: Sports (squash,
aikido and fencing), travel and ancient civilizations.
Current book on your nightstand:
Three Cups of Tea.
Favorite Charleston landmark:
Arthur Ravenel Jr Bridge.
Favorite vacation place:
Traveling throughout Europe, and my family’s mountain house when it is
Something important life has taught you:
Patience and perseverance.
Something your parents have always told
you: All that glitters is not gold.
Persons you admire the most: My
parents. They dedicated their life to me and my siblings.
2008 resolution: Increase
international student's involvement in service and community activities.
Something that makes you smile:
My 10-month-old nephew.
Things you do in your spare time:
Read the local and international news, and watch movies.
Friday, April 18, 2008
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