The Great Quan It was back on August 24, 1995 at 9; 07 am when I brought into this world by Maria White-Dumas and Stanley. Their first born child then a minute later my twin popped out. Since that day I have been here in Atlanta, GA where I reside at 1978 Phillips Drive. There on my parents have made two additions to our family; my 15 year old brother Jahmal and my 12 year old brother Chris. I can honestly say my family is the greatest thing in the world. My mom is a Purchasing Agent for United Distributors, and my dad is an ISS teacher at King Middle School and South Atlanta High School’s Head Baseball and Softball coach. And with a family of all boys and crazy different personalities I have much respect for my parents for continuing to love us and put up with us. Then you have to move on… Currently my life has started a new chapter here at Morehouse College as a upcoming freshman, new beginning, new friends, new environment, and same ole Quan. I can describe myself in many ways. But the ultimate thing that won’t change is being a twin. Being a twin is a whole different than just being a normal child, because there is a bond like no other among the two of you. Then comes the stage of being separated from your twin when college rolls around, but surprisingly he is going to Bates College in Lewiston, Maine. Bates has a connection with Morehouse College since the once president of Morehouse College Benjamin E. Mays is an alumni of Bates College. So therefore they have this trade where I can go to Bates for a semester and he can come to Morehouse for a semester. So in a way we are still close and connected although he is 1,261 miles north of me. Although I doubt either one of us will leave and do a semester at each other’s schools. My lifestyle and upbringing as a child was very different having to do it with a twin by my side...
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