South Campus student Bonnie Dixon is one of the busiest people you will ever meet.
Not only does she work in the bookstore, she also a tutors, takes 13 credit hours, serves as president of the health science club and participates in the student government association.
“I guess you have to thrive to survive,” she said.
Bonnie has always been interested in the field of science and believes it engages the mind more so than subjects like English, history or even math.
“It engages your mind while allowing you to make contributions to the field in a way that is beneficial to others, as well as yourself to progress,” she said. Bonnie will be transferring to a university this fall and working toward her dream of becoming a surgeon.