Saturday, April 29, 2017

KOEPP: Learning humility in and out of the classroom

Sometimes you need to accept that you may not be right

AMMISETTY: What having my bike stolen taught me about racial profiling

I did not even realize what I was expecting until I encountered what I was definitely not expecting.

SZCZESNIEWSKI: On tolerating human rights violations

Why Wendy’s shouldn’t be on our meal money

LI: When “following your passion” isn’t so straightforward

Before college, I once had a teacher who told stories about how she had wanted to become a teacher ever since the age of...

LETTER: Looking to the future

As a woman, you are constantly doubted, patronized or marginalized almost daily — Secretary Clinton gave us hope, because she is a woman that dares to think herself the equal of the men in the room.

AZZARITO: Eating disorder recovery: a working relationship with food

Why awareness matters for learning how to eat and care for yourself

HINSON: Counting your spoons with an invisible illness

There’s a great article on the internet about this thing called Spoon Theory by Christine Miserandino. Now imagine you were handed a fistful of...

BRADSHAW: Better than bystanders

This isn’t just happening to people in other parts of the country, this is happening to people in your classes and living in your building.

SZCZESNIEWSKI: Getting wasted daily: Scrape Your Plate Day

Starting a conversation about student food waste

GUEST: An open challenge to admit your failures

So Vanderbilt, my challenge to you: Uncork that bottle and let your story pour out. Here, I’ll go first.