In the last nine months, I have had 1,043 and one-half conversations about college. 387 people have asked me where … Continue Reading An Ode to College from a Place of Limbo
“Where’s the white wrapping paper?” yelled my mother, as she helped me finish wrapping the presents before my coach arrived. … Continue Reading American Disparities and How We Can Solve Them
America’s current political climate is full of close-mindedness and division, perhaps more so than any time in the nation’s history. … Continue Reading How To Have Political Discourse In The New America
One of the great problems in the world is also one of the most invisible, because — by its nature — it asks to be hidden and saps our ability to spot its symptoms. But to generalize grossly, few things so undermine human well-being as the sickness of shame.
In the aftermath of the Florida shooting, many have demanded that the government solve the problem, through stricter gun control … Continue Reading On The Florida School Shooting
The dark truth is that it’s become very hard to find anyone and certainly anything more interesting than a smartphone. … Continue Reading Phones: The Ugly Truth