Katherine Soyster

Walla Walla, WA, United States

About Katherine

Bio

Going to school to get a science transfer degree, then going to tranfer and either go for forensic sciences or medical technology. i would love to work in a lab, i enjoyed it a lot when i was in middle school. i think it would be absolutely fascinating.

Languages

English, German

People don't know I'm good at

Math, Puzzle games, Observing humanity

Comments & conversations

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Katherine Soyster
Posted almost 3 years ago
Can we judge the personality of a person based on the way he drives ??
After reading this, i think i agree with you. I had a friend who was very rash and quick to decide without taking into consideration the consequences in the future, and i have been in the car for a few of his tickets. He also texts while he is driving, ignoring me when i have asked him politely not to do so, claiming "I'm skilled at this; i know what i'm doing." He has continuously gotten himself into situation after situation. It is uncanny, how much his personality is reflected in his driving. However, after reading some of the comments here, i do agree that it is also biased based on the "judge's" perception. So... yes, you can, but it won't be absolute.
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Katherine Soyster
Posted almost 3 years ago
What can we do and what do we do about bullying?
i remember being bullied a lot in high school, and it took away from the "great experience" everyone claims comes from high school. This might be repetitious, but a big thing that i think our teachers and coaches could do to help prevent bullying--Or at least reduce it--would be to pay closer attention to their students and teammates, both in and out of class. this includes listening. Of course, it also helps if people speak up, but it's very hard to do, especially when we're wanting to just "fit in with the crowd". I think that coaches, maybe even teachers, should ask their students if they have noticed or heard any acts of bullying. Sometimes it can be easier to speak out in small groups, or when anonymity is granted. Maybe even a "suggestion box" could help.