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Faces of LIFE- Sherybel Berrios-Ramos

If you were to put a pin in a map that shows where all the students enrolled in Life U are from, the pins would dot all over as a colorful testament to our diverse campus culture. Many of those pins would land in Puerto Rico, like it would for Sherybel Berrios-Ramos, who is from the capital of San Juan.

Dafne Jiménez Pérez
Faces of LIFE

Faces of LIFE: Dafne Jiménez Pérez

Dr. Dafne Jiménez Pérez comes from a town in the Central Mountain Range of Puerto Rico called Orocovis, where she grew up with her parents and a younger sister. Dr. Perez earned her Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Life University in December 2020.

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Faces of LIFE

Christian Barreto

Baretto started at LIFE in Fall 2019. He has explored different clubs such as “Thompson Technique,” “NUCCA” and others. He’s also attended different seminars where he learned many exercises for the mind and body that he hopes to use in his future practice.

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Faces of LIFE

Lola Rodriguez

Lola Rodriguez, from Jayuya, Puerto Rico, is a Bilingual Academic Support Professional in the Student Success Center. Not long ago, a new division called Global Voices was created under the umbrella of Academic Support, and that is specifically where Lola works. She adds, “I work with undergraduate and graduate students and provide helpful resources to LIFE’s international students. We help with a little bit of everything because our students are certainly not alike and do not have the same needs.”

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Faces of LIFE

Angel Gonzalez

“I knew how Chiropractic helped me, and I wanted to help others in the same way … helping people overcome their struggles and get better.”

And that is why Angel Gonzalez decided to come to Life University to become a Doctor of Chiropractic.

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Faces of LIFE

Yesenia Ostolaza

“I wanted to be a doctor or maybe a veterinarian – something in the traditional medical field – but I wasn’t entirely sure what I wanted to do.” This was Yesenia Ostolaza’s sentiment from a very young age. Ever since she can remember, she was intrigued by science and math. Her mother always wanted to nurture Ostolaza’s interests and made sure to find the right schools for her that specialized in those two subjects.