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What does TRAC mean to you?
Writing, whether it be a Shakespearean sonnet on love and death or a lab report on an electric circuit, is like painting a mural. You need not only certain structure and order, but also a spark of life in the eyes of your creation. At the same time, painting a mural is not an individual activity. The writer is the painter, and he or she will choose every color and curve of the painting, but there are helpers in the shadows of the mural who prepare the pain and give advices with critical eyes. To me, TRAC fellows are those helpers. Writing is a comprehensive and sometimes overwhelming process, and every writer, no matter how good or experienced one may be, needs a helping hand in creating a strong and lively piece. I also believe that the TRAC program helps to build a better understanding the professors and the students, which can often be the key solution to improving the quality of education. I’m excited to embark on such an important journey as a TRAC fellow, and trust that the program will also lead me to grow as a better communicator.