Father’s Day always sneaks up on me. I’ll be studying or watching TV, and all of a sudden an ad will appear, always saying something like “Here’s the best gift you can get for your dad” or something.
Through my job this summer, I have met many people who have fled their countries due to gender-based violence, political persecution and incredibly dangerous gangs who have threatened their lives and the lives of their families.
I’m a firm believer that relationships of all kinds — be it platonic, sexual, romantic, familial, etc. — take work, as I’m sure most other people are. Someone recently told me, “You don’t seem like the kind of person who’d waste time doing something they’re not good at.” They’re right.
When then-Senator Barack Obama was evaluating a potential run for the presidency in 2006, he was asked if he’d smoked marijuana. His response was, “When I was young, I inhaled frequently.
Few milestones in science have equaled in significance to what happened in 2001, when researchers announced that they had successfully sequenced the human genome.
In the wake of the tragedy that occurred at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando over the weekend, many of the 53 injured are in need of blood from local ho
Like we do after every other tragedy, every other mass shooting (this past Saturday’s being the 176th mass shooting this year alone, and the most fatal in American history save the mass slaughters of Native Americans), we will first mourn.
My throat was as dry as my feet were sore. I wedged my way upstairs through sweaty dancing bodies and walked into the room of a guy I considered a friend. I was just going to grab water and that’s when he grabbed me.
I attended my sister’s high school graduation on Sunday, June 12, and listened to speeches on hope and positive societal change in a crowd filled with many about to begin their adult lives.