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Senior Spotlight: Aisha Duldul

Reem Mohammed

Tell me about yourself. When did you come to PVS?

I came to PVS when I was in Pre-K (well actually in the last 3 months). I had joined later than everyone else and had to catch up on everything that the rest of the kids learned in 1 year in 3 months. 


What are your hobbies and interests? Who is your biggest hero/role model and why?

My biggest role model is my namesake, Aisha Bint Abu-Bakr. Aisha is a mathematician, a powerful orator, founder of an educational institution, and a doctor. She was known for her generosity and her love for mentoring young women. She put a large emphasis on educating young women in STEM. She is an example to us all because of the impact she made on women and the greater Middle Eastern society. 

Some of my hobbies include reading. 


What are your plans for college/after graduation? 

After graduation, I plan to study pre-med. 


If you could go back and change one thing, what would it be? 

Honestly nothing. Everything was set the way it was in my Qadr. Alhamdulillah for every good and bad thing that happened. 


What advice do you have for the underclassmen?

Work hard these four years. It will pay off. Also, being very involved on campus is super important. Colleges are not only looking for good grades, but also a student who is well-rounded and balanced, so pursue the things you enjoy.  


What is the worst and best thing about being a senior?

The best thing is knowing that if I leave I have an amazing long-term group of friends. The worst is that I will most likely leave these friends. 


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