A commentary and critique of studying abroad from a non-white perspective.
“We have a president who was elected not by popular vote, but by electoral college. And, the history of the electoral college is intimately tied to slavery and slave-owning states and is there in part to give more sway to states that had large populations of slaves who couldn’t vote.” via What is America Anyway? An … Continue reading Krista: What Is America Anyway?
The fourth entry.
NPR: Predicting The Future: With 'HNDRXX,' Mixtape Culture Infiltrates The Music Industry
Five bloggers on the virtues of alone time, with photos from our recent “Solitude” challenge. via Is One Really the Loneliest Number? Five Bloggers on the Virtues of Solitude — Discover
The third poetic entry in the series "Writing Flatly in London"
Something that most of us don’t think about it how much the internet and virtual world affect us everyday. Through means like this, we connect with people across the world like they were right next to us. For researchers at CERN (A huge facility in Geneva that gave birth to the web) to come up… via … Continue reading Meyer: Technology’s Impact on the World
The second poetic entry in the series "Writing Flatly in London."