Mohammed Islam

My name is Mohammed Islam and my pronouns are he/him. I’m 21 years old, turning 22 on September 10 (feel free to wish me a happy birthday in the comments). My major is Professional and Technical Writing. This is my last semester (FINALLY). I’m from Brooklyn, NY, born and raised. It took a long time to actually be determined to finish college and get my degree. Now it’s just a semester away. Finishing or going to college was never my goal in life because I always hated school. Something about it, just makes me mad. I’m glad that I stuck with it though. On my spare time, I like to watch tv shows or movies. My favorite tv show is The Walking Dead and my favorite movie is The Nice Guys.

Something meaningful to me is NYC. I know it sounds weird but the city itself makes me happy. The secret spots you find to chill and take in the views. I like exploring NYC with my friends. Something about a nice view r scenery makes me happy. I remember walking down the street one day and looking over my shoulder and seeing brownstone houses and trees. It looked like a scene out of a movie. Sometimes we think too much and have to remember to appreciate the little things in life. I went to Elevated Acre this past summer, and it makes you appreciate life. Sounds kind of tacky and wack but it is what it is.



  1. Amyl

    Hey Mohammad! Happy early 22nd birthday, I hope you have a good one! I’ve seen a few seasons of the Walking Dead, but I think it was ongoing when I stopped watching it. But seeing it in your intro, makes me want to pick up the series again 🙂 I definitely agree with what you mean by NYC, it has so many amazing views and secret places that are such gems! If you haven’t gone already, my friends have been recommending to visit the Little Island! I wish you the best in your last semester, it’s nice to meet you!

  2. Brian Chan

    Hi Mohammad we’re the same age! Happy early bday 🙂

  3. Mark Noonan

    Congratulations on making it to your final semester Mohammad. Thanks for sharing your favorite NYC hideaways. As we’ll see, a lot of important American History and Literature stems from New York.

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