Who Is Ayse Cavus?
Part 1 — The Story of my Life in 100 Words
I was born on October 17, 2001 in Turkey. I lived there for five years, ‘til my parents told me that we would be moving to America. I didn’t want to leave my friends, but I found myself in the streets of Chicago, where my new home would be.
I grew up with people that I still see today. Starting from kindergarten to graduating middle school, I realize I’ve learned a lot about myself. From having the greatest interest in math and passion in art, my biggest goal in life is to study at UIC and become a great architect.
Part 2 — Graphing my Life
How I Spend My Free Time Outside of School
Part 3 — Music That Moves Me
One of the most important things in my life is music. It plays a huge role in my life and I know it will always be there when I need it. A lot of my friends tease me about my music, but I love the bands I listen to and their music. One of my favorites that speak a lot to me is Truce by twenty øne piløts. It’s a song that holds so much power and emotion, you can feel it while listening to it. It’s a very short and simple song, yet the meaning and weight of it is amazing. It gives me hope and to not fear the night because surely, the Sun will rise again.
Part 4 — Snapshot of a Moment: 9:00p.m. on Friday night, August 26, 2016
On Friday night, my friends and I went to the first football game of the year.
Part 5 — My Vine: A Typical Moment
Usually on the weekends, my family and I go out to a park for a bbq. Where we went, there was also a small zoo. https://vine.co/v/5edHv1EjdnX
Part 6 — Famous People I Admire
One of the most inspiring person I know is Helen Keller. Even though she was blind and deaf, she accomplished so many things. She became an author, political activist, and a lecturer.
Photo Credits: Vulture
Another person that inspires me is Jennifer Lawrence. Although she is famous, she stays true to herself and others. On the other hand, she’s so successful in life and a great actress.
Part 7 — A Quote to Live by
“Just because today is a terrible day doesn’t mean tomorrow might not be the best day of your entire life. You just have to wake up and get there.” —Pete Wentz