Ruston Fisher Whitus
Ruston Fisher Whitus
Peer Mentor
Royse City.
High School:
Royse City Highschool.
What did you want to be when you were growing up?

Growing up, I wanted to be a professional basketball player. I have always loved the sport and still do to this day.

What career are you working toward?

Currently, I am working to become a Forensic Psychologist.

Who inspires you?

My biggest inspiration to me is my older brother, Ryland. Growing up, I always wanted to live up to the standards he set and hopefully one day surpass them.

What three traits best describe you?

The three most significant traits that describe me are persistence, resilience, and ambition.

What are your skills or talents that most people don't know about?

I have been playing the Guitar since I was a sophomore in high school.

What's your favorite place in the world?

My favorite place in the world is wherever my dog is. I have had him since 5th Grade and can't imagine a world without him.

If you could visit any place you've never been, where would you go?

I would love to visit Esher, India.

What do you enjoy when you're not working or studying?

 When not working or studying, I love going to the rec center and playing basketball. I am also an avid 2k player as well.

What are your favorite books and/or movies?

My favorite book of all time is probably "Behave" by Robert Sapolsky. I was assigned the book as a reading assignment in my general psychology class during my freshman year, and it was a big inspiration for me to pursue Psychology as a career path..

Who is your favorite musician/band?

My favorite band by far is The Beatles. No other band has been able to be so musically influential and commercially successful as them.

What is your favorite meal?

Anything involving pasta.

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