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Suraj Rajendran

Suraj Rajendran

Paige Ward
”There was a book I read called ‘Outliers’…In the book, it addressed societal issues and certain ways we think…It made me think differently about how people view each other and the world in general, and just what makes certain people different from other people. It’s not just their skin color or their gender. There are certain ways people think that makes them different from each other. There are certain ways they address a problem and certain ways they analyze a situation. Instead of focusing on the physical characteristics of a person, — after reading the book, which I actually read, usually I don’t read all the lang books, or generally any books — I tried to think about how each person as an individual would address a problem. By analyzing that, or at least understanding how each person looks at a situation, I feel like it is easier to understand that person individually, as an actual person rather than just one of a group.”

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