I am biology major at CU Denver en route to becoming a physician. I love the acquisition of knowledge and am especially fascinated by biological science. I always strive to be caring and compassionate and hope I can make a difference---my 'mark' on society--by becoming a doctor.
Rationalism, epistemology, morality, and any sort of intellectual endeavors are very important to me. I am forever a skeptic and secularist; therefore, I can safely call myself an anti-theist. I do not dislike religious people--I have many friends of many different religious backgrounds--but am against religion as a fundamental concept and contend the world would be a much safer, more moral place in its absence.
I understand that last paragraph will turn the majority of people away, but that's OK. Being kind, compassionate, educated, logical, and reaching out to others are all things I incessantly strive for. For this, I am happy with many of the moral conclusions I have come to thus far.
Humor is also an important aspect of my life. Sarcasm is fantastic.
I thought I'd spend this summary explaining mostly what's in my head, rather than what I do. However, a brief list of my hobbies seems appropriate. Besides my academic endeavors, I enjoy spending time with my friends and family, playing golf, playing poker, exercising, going out, clubbing, snowboarding, as well as pretty much anything that involves having fun ^_^