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COLUMN: THE POWER OF AN ARTS EDUCATION

COLUMN: THE POWER OF AN ARTS EDUCATION

November 3, 2017

Through years of education, students construct the foundations for the rest of their lives. From findi...

50 Shades of Orange

50 Shades of Orange

March 2, 2017

Donald Trump is no laughing matter, and he never has been. The man with the little hands shocked the na...

The Confusing Priorities of Feminism

The Confusing Priorities of Feminism

February 26, 2017

It’s not a surprise that we make the mistake of thinking our needs are the most important and forg...

Grandma Doesn’t Need an Apple

Grandma Doesn’t Need an Apple

February 24, 2017

Over Thanksgiving break, I got to see my grandmother for the first time in months. Everything was great...

Bad, Bad Rabbits

Bad, Bad Rabbits

November 21, 2016

The Leporidae family is no laughing matter, although many would consider it as such. Truthfully, many peop...

Helicopter Parents

Helicopter Parents

November 17, 2016

The American attitude toward parental involvement is changing rapidly. When students used to get bad g...

A Cultural Coexistence

A Cultural Coexistence

October 10, 2016

Legally, I have two worlds. The first is one of many cultures, of McDonald’s, where the Beach Boys f...

The Types of People at Starbucks

The Types of People at Starbucks

September 27, 2016

The crowd going into Starbucks is a grumpy tired mess that I am proud to be a part of. Over the cours...

Goodbye, Toyota Highlander

Goodbye, Toyota Highlander

September 19, 2016

I remember watching the Oscars when I was little. Between the massive Lincoln Town Cars, little silve...

In Search of Lost Time

In Search of Lost Time

September 6, 2016

About 30 minutes from the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, there’s a street in Chinatown. Dingy su...

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