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It is 1:30 AM, Thursday morning; I've finally completed the mid-term project for the Data Structures and Algorithms course. I close my notebook, remove the contact lenses from my eyes and set them in the lens container, then switch off the bedroom light, and then head to bed. "BEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEP, BEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEP!" The timing is currently 5:00 AM. Struggling to open my eyes, then I blindly search for the snooze button on my alarm clock. When I hit the snooze button, I hear Caitlin crying, "Get up Aki! Let's go! Coach is going to kill us if we're late!" My friend, Caitlin, who was also my roommate and also doubles partner had managed to wake me with her loud warnings to get ready for our 5:30 AM Thursday training session. Thinking back now, I'm convinced that the definition of teamwork can simply be correctly depicted in 5:00 AM. Sleep-deprived, mentally and physically exhausted, I walk with Caitlin to the UMKC Sweeney Athletic Center and connect the Women's Tennis Team to get an intense training session. I had formally began my day. My schedule for the remainder of the day included Computer Science courses, a three hour long tennis practice, and lots of hours of homework before bedtime. Grueling days, like the one described above, were the norm during my school years. My dedication to tennis proved to be a continuous challenge; nonetheless, I played since the sport gave me friendship, achievement, failure, and above all structure in my life. Tennis was instrumental in shaping who I am today. Born in Hyderabad, India and increased in Irvine, California, I had the chance to encounter two distinct cultures. From the Indian culture women are expected to excel in academics and groom themselves to finally becoming "marriageable" mater...