for an incredible doctor, a beautiful soul, and one of the best humans I know
sojourn /ˈsōjərn/ n., v.
n. Los Angeles, an apartment
v. to recognize the passage of time
aware /əˈwer/, adj.
Growing up, I was accustomed to being the only person of my race in a classroom or other settings (if my parents weren’t around). This became so… Read more “aware /əˈwer/, adj.”
Sometime in high school, I chanced upon the book The Lover’s Dictionary by David Levithan. It’d been misplaced at the bookstore and stuck out like a sore… Read more “enough, adj.”
Last week, this NY Times article appeared on my Facebook newsfeed. Although I got a bit hung up about the slightly misleading headline, the body of the… Read more “Everyday Feminism”
This week has been awful. I hated this week for wide, diverse, numerous reasons — some of which have been plastered all over the news, others of… Read more “Seeking Solace”
What’s your M.O.?
“What’s your M.O.?” One of my brother’s close friends asked me this question earlier this week. I think I must have given her a funny look because… Read more “What’s your M.O.?”
commencement /kuh-mens-muhnt/, n.
the speech I would have given if I had been selected to be the student speaker at graduation
5 Items Checked Off the To Do List of a Graduand
Almost a year ago, I wrote a blog post titled “5 Items on the To Do List of a College Senior.” Big disclaimer, and a problem I’ve been… Read more “5 Items Checked Off the To Do List of a Graduand”
A Week of Lasts
I finished my last week of instruction as an undergraduate yesterday, and it was strangely anticlimactic. I took a quiz and a test this week in my… Read more “A Week of Lasts”