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I am an energetic, passionate, and hopeful person with a love for exploration, irony, and tango dancing.  I always have trouble answering the question of "where are you from" because my family moved around as I was growing up.  Through this I discovered that home really is where the heart is, and at this point in my life I feel like I have multiples homes around the world from sharing experiences with so many fantastic and generous humans.  I believe in the goodness of humans and the power of love simply because I think they are worth believing in.  My overarching goal in life is to be happy, and I have found some of the most rewarding and happiest experiences of my life have been in helping others.  Towards this end, I am pursuing a degree in medicine and public health.  With these degrees, coupled with my love for travel and adventure, I am very excited to see where this path will lead me, because honestly, I have no idea at this point!
 
 
Howdy! My name is Sheridan Fielding, and I was born and raised in Fort Worth, TX as an only child to my fantastic and supportive parents. I majored in Biomedical Science with a Literature minor at Texas A&M before coming on to med school in San Antonio. I'm a hopeless bookworm, old movie aficionado, and kind of a coffee snob. I love to paint, dance, write, and play piano... and do all amazingly poorly. Other loves in life include travel, deep conversations, potluck dinners, and most important of all, my Savior Jesus Christ. I'm currently reading "Preach and Heal" by Charles Fielding (no relation) and the book of Proverbs.
 
 
Hi, I'm Rob!

I'm from a wonderful family of 5 that includes my parents, my sister (a sophomore at Texas Tech), and my brother (a sophomore at Flower Mound High School). I've lived primarily in Lubbock, Flower Mound, and Austin. I graduated from UT-Austin with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering this past December, and worked at pediatric offices in Flower Mound before starting medical school a couple months ago. I love music, and I was in a band during college (The Scotland Yard Sale; check us out!). I've been listening to J. Tillman a lot lately - check him out, if you don't like my old band. I also like to read, when I have some spare time. I just finished The Prophet by Kahlil Gibran; I recommend it. I feel my life is better told through stories, so I'll stop here. But thanks for your support!
 
 
Hey everyone, I'm Dan Clark from Dallas, Texas. I am from a loving family of 4 that includes my dad (Steven), mom (Sharin), sister (Jennifer), and me. I am a recent uncle and plan to be the "cool uncle," offering sweets and other delicacies missing from my sister's vegan household. I attended Northwestern University in Chicago, where I got a B.S. in Social Policy. I love sports and avidly over-commit to intramurals whenever possible. I enjoy cooking healthy delights and have become notorious as "the guy who makes his own soymilk." I'm the Vice President of the Preventive Medicine Interest Group (PMIG) and am extremely excited about the TB & HIV screenings we are now offering on a monthly basis to the homeless in San Antonio. I hope to follow my entrepreneurial spirit and one day open an inner-city clinic for the poor. My favorite book is The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoyevsky - please pick it up, it'll change your life (after the few months it takes you to read it).