I forget I’m different.

Speech by UBC Mining Undergrad Veronica KnottVeronica Knott

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

I forget I’m different.

I sit in class, I debate my peers, I lift my hand up to be the first to answer every question. I’m loud, I’m abrasive, I’m smart, and wow, am I proud to be an engineer.

But then, then there is just a moment, a sentence.Which reminds you that you aren’t what people are expecting.

Read the complete speech on Veronica’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/notes/veronica-knott/i-forget-im-different/10154760165227250

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