Maintaining a high academic performance is of the utmost priority to me. Therefore, location is the most important factor. If I remain in the Greater Northern Seattle area, then I will be able to commute to college easier. Location is not usually of high importance to me, however being a student has rearranged those interests.
The idea of staying in the Greater Northern Seattle area encompasses several districts of Seattle and some surrounding areas. Lake City, Northgate, Shoreline, Roosevelt, U-District, and Wallingford, There are a few additional areas of interest that are not strictly Northern Seattle such as First Hill, Capitol Hill, Downtown, International District, and oddly enough Bothel. Lake City is by far the highest priority, however this is by no means an all inclusive list. The reason why I'm naming these districts is to give an idea of what I'm looking for.
Here a few notes about myself. I am adaptable and quiet person. Most of my time is spent in my room studying, completing assignments, and listening to music. I can certainly be sociable and enjoy a hug as much as any other fur, however school is often nagging me to carefully partition my time. When I am engaging others I love to talk about human behavior, sociology, and politics. When my schooling is finished I plan to have a J.D. in Environmental Law and land a career as an Environmental Attorney. If you want to know more about me feel free to give a howl. I am an open-minded and empathetic person, so I take questions readily :3
If anyone is looking for a new roommate or has some helpful information about finding one (Even if the info is tips and insight. The info does not have to be strictly pointing me to one of your friends who is looking), then I would greatly appreciate hearing from you.
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Thanks for taking the time to hear my howl,
Sumanitu Taka Nagi (Nagi Wolf...Not Sumanitu from Oregon)