Shradha Jain

"What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger"

Author Bio

When I was 17, I was travelling across international borders and talked my way out of getting deported, I have also mastered the “Perry the Platypus Errr” and spend my spare time thinking about witty/punny captions for my best friend’s Instagram pages. My personality has so many layers of different cultures and experiences, that help me paint my unique stories of everyday life. Follow my blog, for some of my craziest thoughts, wildest adventures and extremely “punny” jokes.

About

Hometown Bangalore, India
Lives Los Angeles, USA
High School Education International Baccalaureate, The International School Bangalore, India
Studying B.Sc of Business Administration and B.A Global Studies Double Major with a Minor in Social Entrepreneurship
Graduating 2019
Extracurriculars Soccer, Greek Life, Social Entrepreneurship, Global Brigades, Undergraduate Student Government, Hiking
Interests Food
Future Plans Work for an international government organization and then start my own social enterprise.

Posts by Shradha Jain

Shifting Identities

Published: October 26, 2016

  What’s interesting about coming to college is watching our personalities transition to look at the world through a different lens or changing the lens through which the world looks at us. College gives us a clean slate, a chance to start over and tell the stories we want, however what’s most intriguing is the stories that are expected to be told. Our acknowledgement and appreciation for the transitions we’ve made, allow us to define our identities. I must say that before I moved to the US, I never consciously identified as Indian. Back at home, I was the just…

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