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Blooming As a Leader


  This semester pushed me to think about leadership in a way I never had before. I had my own opinions on what made a good leader before, but I was confronted with… Continue reading

Radical Candor


When I first chose the book “Radical Candor: Be a Kick-Ass Boss Without Losing Your Humanity” for the final project, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. I had never read a book… Continue reading

The Value of Networking


The idea of “networking” can seem tedious at times. The term might invoke a sort of technical, calculated connotation, in which we only view other people as opportunities for our own professional advancement… Continue reading

Crying Wolf?


One of my first lessons about a personal code of ethics can be found in the story of the boy who cried wolf. In this fable, a young shepherd boy cries “Wolf!” every… Continue reading

A Lifetime of Personal Branding?


As someone who grew up in the height of the digital age, it’s not surprising that I’ve been on the Internet in some form or another for most of my life. I can… Continue reading

Thoughts on Terrorism from the Post-9/11 Generation


In our last Humphrey Seminar class, I was one of the few people who shook my head when Dr. Silcock asked whether or not we remembered the events of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.… Continue reading

Dosas and Sambar from Two Perspectives


Cooking was just the medium to discover our cultures together! It was great having Vandana come over to my apartment to prepare a South Indian meal together! Our rendezvous over the cooking activity… Continue reading

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