Former Handsome Cleaning Service That Can Be A Harvard Graduate
The story of a handsome man who just graduated Harvard became viral. Not just because of the good looks of the man, but how he struggled to become a scholar from the famous university.
The handsome man whose viral story is named Shannon Satonori Lytle. He wrote his happiness can graduate from computer science department of Harvard University on Sunday (05/25/2017) on his Facebook account. “Today, I graduated from Harvard.”
From Shannon’s writings it was revealed how she had to fight for a bachelor’s degree from Harvard University. Moreover, he did not come from a family with a line of living facilities.
“In high school, I flipped burgers at McDonald’s so I could afford the privilege of taking the SAT.” I fed and cared for my three baby siblings until they went to sleep and stayed up to 4am to do my homework, “he wrote.
Shannon recounted, already since high school, she had to work part time helping her parents’ finances. At that time he worked at McDonald’s fast food restaurant in order to take a university entrance test in the United States known as SAT.
Shannon’s daily life is not only spent on school and working part-time. Among his busy times he also had to help his parents take care of his three younger siblings until they fell asleep. And usually he wakes up until 4:00 am because he has to do homework.
Another struggle that Shanoon made during school was how he had to walk after an extracurricular job because his parents did not own a car. He also had to take a laptop out of his window to ‘ride’ his neighbors internet connection to complete schoolwork.
When he was a Harvard student, Shannon still had to struggle to live his life. “In college, I panicked when my laptop broke because I had worked 150 minimum wage hours to buy it,” he wrote, revealing that he would panic when his laptop was damaged because it was bought by hard work.
Shannon also revealed in order to achieve his dream and travel to various parts of the world, he is willing to do various jobs. Starting from the cleaning service that clean the toilets and bookshelves to sell clothes.
“Throughout my life, I have been a son of a warehouse worker and an immigrant, a first-generation student,” Shannon wrote again explaining that he was the son of an immigrant worker factory.
Shannon’s writings until now have been redistributed more than 200 thousand times. on Facebook he also get more than 15 thousand like. Social media users consider what has gone through so inspiring. Do you also agree?