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“W” is for Waitlisted

The Thing About These Recent Tuition and Fee Hikes For Education The estimated costs of attending college in the University Of California school system for undergraduates…

“P” is for People and Openness

It’s funny to look back now and think about the time when we were teenagers and we assumed that we thought we knew more about the…

“G” is for Grad School

Everyone thinks they have an idea about what grad school is going to be like. They know that they will end up writing. A Lot. They…

A School in the Cloud

As published on Examiner. Last year in February 2013, Sugata Mitra’s TED Talk titled, “Build a School in the Cloud,” ended with a wish and a…

“O” is for Oppression

Writers of Kern Blogging Challenge (A-Z) I was on the phone the other day with a friend who was talking about someone who had made some…

The Environmental Benefits of Vegetarianism

As Published in Miss Millennia Magazine. Are you thinking about becoming a vegetarian but not sure what some of the benefits are of making the lifestyle…

I’m A Feminist, But I Don’t Burn My Bra

The common misconception about modern-day feminists is this outdated visual of a female middle-class flower-child with unruly long hair and no shoes setting fire to her…

Massive Online Classes A Distraction?

I keep a tab open on my laptop that tracks higher education updates on Google News. The majority of the time I become frustrated with articles…

Times Are Changing

In a matter of five months my life has went from incredibly depressing to surfing the skies on cloud nine, and the rapid shift in my…

The Arsenic in Our Poultry

As Published in Miss Millennia Magazine. Brominated vegetable oil, Azodicarbonamide, BHA, BHT, rBGH, rBST, brominanted flour, food dyes, the fat substitute Olestra, potassium bromate, and arsenic—this list of…

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