One of the days I was at ISAK, presentations were being held by the student. Each student would get about 3 minutes to present on a topic they were interested in, and how they wanted to go about creating change. I was very impressed with several of the students. They weren’t afraid to get personal about themselves. One girl had been diagnosed with cancer and survived. Her presentation was about the importance of teens helping teens diagnosed with cancer. Because she finds that having someone her age speaking to her while she was on the hospital bed, helped much more than having an adult. Others talked about animal abuse, mental illness, mental disabilities, issues in india, etc. I never felt bored during the presentations and had a very wonderful time listening to them. Everyone had a different story to share.