How to Talk to Your Family About Prejudice this Thanksgiving: A Guide to Difficult Conversations

Family members don’t agree on everything, and it’s easy to get into heated arguments. It’s no secret that arguments, yelling, and excommunication aren’t the best way to have an open dialogue. I worked for several years as a science ethics teaching assistant and writing tutor, it was part of my job to point out micro … More How to Talk to Your Family About Prejudice this Thanksgiving: A Guide to Difficult Conversations

What Makes You Happy

I am going to tell you a story. It’s probably a familiar story—you’ve heard it from your mother, or aunt, or your older friend. It’s probably a story you will live if you haven’t already. This isn’t the story of how I figured out what I want in life, because I haven’t, and it isn’t … More What Makes You Happy

Starting College: The Dos and Don’ts of Planning Your Future

There is a lot of pressure on high school graduates to choose their career path and set up their lives right away, and maybe you’re feeling that right now, and that’s why you’re here. I know I felt that pressure 4 years ago, when I was trying to figure out what I wanted to do … More Starting College: The Dos and Don’ts of Planning Your Future