Bridget Wickiser

I am passionate about science, music, and working with children. During high school, I was involved with science classes with elementary school students by performing stimulating, hands-on experiments. I also played the violin, played volleyball, and was involved with his school’s literary magazine, Intersectional Women’s Club, and acting club. My goals for my gap year are to become proficient in Spanish, to learn about Ecuadorian culture and traditions, and to take as many risks as much as possible, pushing me outside of my comfort zone. My favorite quote is “Why not go out on a limb? After all that’s where the fruit is.” – Mark Twain

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Maktub

Along crawls the sharp forgotten feeling Your feet managed to seep into the dirt Gasping for life while your mind is wheeling Pushing papers and wanting to divert The shattered countenance lied to your face So it went, you packed your brown carpetbag Loathing the…

24 December, 2018

Universal Language

When I moved to Ecuador for seven months my Spanish language skills involved some numbers, colors, and saying, “Hi, my name is Bridget”. . I knew it would be challenging, but I had no idea about how challenging life it would be for a non-speaker….

24 December, 2018

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Bridget Wickiser