Category Archive: Blogging

Start With Why …then repeat

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The book, Start With Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action by Simon Sinek, is one of a few about leadership by The New York Times best-selling author. After a successful… Continue reading

Networking is Connecting

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There are a few ways to think about networking, but they all seem to fall into one of two ways of thinking: either networking is fun or networking is a task. From my… Continue reading

Ethics: Honesty and the importance of trust

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 I will always remember the moment my mother caught me in a lie and, with a solemn expression, she soul-crushingly quoted Friedrich Nietzsche to me, saying: “I’m not upset that you lied to… Continue reading

Think Globally, Act Locally: Branding Through Social Media

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  In this week’s class, Dr. Silcock asked us to think about our usage of social media and the topic, “Global Me.” When thinking about the topic, I felt a kind of contradiction… Continue reading

“Mediamorphosis”: designing a global identity

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Despite being part of the generation that has grown up with Facebook, Youtube, Instagram, Twitter, etc.—I sometimes long for simpler, social media-free times. Unarguably, social media has contributed to a much more connected… Continue reading

Confronting the ideology of hatred

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Uninspiring terrorism requires a multifaceted approach, but the first step is talking By Téa Francesca Price | Phoenix “Did you see? There was another attack,” said a woman in a queue at FedEx.… Continue reading

Yerba Mate

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When Mexico and Uruguay come together, it often times involves a soccer match.  This time, it was over a caffeine-rich drink native to South America known as ‘mate’. The drink itself is similar… Continue reading

A Kitchen Without Borders

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by Tynin Fries, Kazi Mohua and Paul Nyongesa Have you ever tried to cook a meal with flavors from three different continents? Last week, the three of us — Paul Nyongesa, from Kenya; Kazi… Continue reading

A European Fusion

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| PHOENIX by Szabolcs Panyi & Téa Francesca Price With only one country separating Hungary and Italy, coming together to create a dinner was both an easy and enjoyable experience. To gather the… Continue reading

Leadership and Values

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Over the course of the Humphrey Seminar, we’ve dissected a lot of social, political and cultural questions. From this, I’ve tried to distill a way to succeed in personal and professional goals. Dialogue… Continue reading

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