Fhallon Ware-Gilmore is a 18-year-old freshman from Anaheim, Cal. majoring in marine molecule biology. Ware-Gilmore parents moved to Georgia before she was born to be with her grandmother. “My mother was pregnant with me at the time. So, moving seemed like the best idea so my mother could help my grandmother, and visa-verse.” Her parents moved to Jonesboro, GA where she grew up most of her life. “It is a small town, but I like it there. Plus it is only 30 minutes out of Atlanta.” In Georgia Ware-Gilmore attended a Fine Arts Magnet High School. “I like it there. I figured out wile attending there that Fine Arts was not for me.” If she had the opportunity she would attend a fine arts school again. “I met a lot of cool people, and the professors were awesome. However, it was really competitive.” Another one of her activities while in school included musical theater. She received two fine arts seals on her diploma. Ware-Gilmore plays numerous instruments that include piano, piccolo, viola chello, bass, piano, double bass, and bass guitar. Ware-Gilmore had the opportunity to attend the university of Alaska, but instead chose to attend the University of West Alabama. “I
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came here because of the scholarships! Also because of the small class size. I will have the opportunity to have one on one time with my professors.” While her schedule may be full with class and other activities, Ware-Gilmore still makes time to have hobbies. She enjoys scuba diving, reading comic books, shopping, talking to animals, read and write fan-fiction, photography, and hiking. “Yeah I am a nerd. It doesn’t bother me,” she
said while laughing. “I have a really strong connection with to animals.” She believes animals are a support system for people, and are not judging. She has not always had a strong connection with people, but animals are always there. She enjoys to make bird sounds, and go on hikes to see animals. One of Ware-Gilmore greatest achievements would include being
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a member of Phi Mu Fraternity. “It’s one of the greatest feelings ever. It doesn’t bother me at all to be a black girl in a predominantly white sorority.” She believes she has found her home away from home with her sorority sisters. “I made the best decision.” After graduating she hopes to get a job in the marine biologist field. “I have no particular area right now.” This semester she is taking a research course that she really enjoys. “I love it. It allows me the chance to do some individual work, and prepare me for real life lab work.” If she had the opportunity she would also like to be a wild life rehabilitater. Ware-Gilmore described herself as vivacious, successful,
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I do something seen as weird. I do not care because I am living my life to the fullest. Surround yourself with the right people so they will lead you in the right direction, because life is to short to be sad.” Follow Fhallon on Twitter @Phoenix_Auora and on Instagram @fhallonwolf