February 4, 2022
The prose was dull and deliberate, the message blunt but unconvincing. What could this writer have been thinking? If I was particularly harsh in my criticism, then thankfully I risked offending only myself. Though I hardly recognized...
January 20, 2022
This is the year. I’ll read a book a week. I’ll write 500 words a day, seven days a week. I’ll publish two articles. I’ll organize my deadlines, exercise three times a week, learn Spanish, sort out my finances...
January 20, 2022
Eight scholars appointed studying topics from implicit bias to religion and Hollywood
December 17, 2021
As Christmas 2021 approaches, Rev. Dr. Matthew Ichihashi Potts, PhD ’13, speaks about a Christian ethics that is at odds with white supremacy and cultural hegemony.
December 17, 2021
The idea of “unplugging” can smack of a certain irony at a time when much of our leisure (and much more of our work) happens within the context of our attachment to technology and our technology’s attachment to the...
December 15, 2021
Student Services Director Danielle Farrell writes on the need to reflect on the year just past, restore ourselves, and renew our goals as 2021 comes to a close.
December 15, 2021
For two years, GSAS Resident Advisor (RA) Ronak Jain has helped make the far-flung residents of Conant Hall feel as welcome as she has ever since her first RA became the “one person with a smile” who made the residence halls seem like home.
December 15, 2021
GSAS Student Center Arts Fellow Jesse Han speaks with Communications about his work as a student leader, the community of fellows of which he is a part, and why you should always have a “scene leader” at a big dance.
December 3, 2021
I have over a dozen browser tabs open on Google Chrome right now. I could maybe close a few of these. But opening a bunch of tabs when you research a topic has its use: cross-checking the information you read and its sources. That...
December 3, 2021
Now that the calendar has flipped to December, we wanted to leave you with some quick tips for managing the whirlwind that is the end of the fall term. And remember, don't be afraid to reach out–to us at the FWC, to your...

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