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Senior Salomi Inje works towards her dreams at St. Luke’s Hospital

Senior Salomi Inje reads a science textbook to further her medical knowledge. Inje volunteered for four years to work towards her dream of becoming a pediatrician. “I’ve always loved kids; I actually wanted to be a teacher for a few years. I also loved healthcare, and something about it felt like my calling,” Inje said. “Pediatrics was the perfect blend between the two, and I truly think it’s a job I can’t get bored of or regret.”

Nayeon Ryu, Staff Writer

April 25, 2018

Along with achieving a perfect 36 on the ACT, winning debate tournaments and mastering the violin, senior Salomi Inje reached 500 volunteer hours for St. Luke’s Hospital over the course of her high school career. Since winter of her freshman year, Inje worked four hours every week. “It’s basically a part of ...

Senior Salomi Inje struggles with FAFSA as a non-U.S. citizen

Senior Salmoi Inje works on homework in the library. “I’m in debate and mock trial so I’m not really a sports person. My interests are very much academic. I want to go into Pediatrics so I’ll probably go through some pre-med track and then figure out my special later,” Inje said.

Carly Anderson, Managing EiC Intern

January 10, 2018

After taking her ACT in June of 2017, senior Salomi Inje received a perfect score—a 36 out of 36. Inje was also a National Merit Semifinalist. These accomplishments should have qualified her for automatic Free Application for Federal Student Aid [FAFSA] from most colleges, but because Inje is not a Unite...

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