June 5, 2023
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The Value of Not Knowing Anything

By | Jan 27, 2016

Hello beautiful people. I’m back and writing to you on a couch in my new apartment…in London.

Some Thoughts on 2015, Ready for 2016

By | Jan 1, 2016

I started this blog on the very first day of 2015—and 2015 has been quite a year.

Installment Seven: The Conclusion of My First Semester

By The Ithacan | Dec 30, 2015

Even as I sit down to write this last article, I am shocked at how quickly this semester passed.

How to Spot a Toxic Friendship: Things to Consider

By | Dec 6, 2015

Around this time last year, I realized that I was surrounded by several problematic, toxic people.

Breathing Easy During Cramming Season

By | Dec 3, 2015

When we’re coming down to crunch time, the key is to take a break that’s not too long but not inexistent. Here are ways that I will be keeping sane:

Being Different: Some Thoughts on Being “The Activist”

By | Nov 30, 2015

A few weeks ago, I was on the phone with my Dad we were talking about an altercation I’d gotten into with someone via Facebook on the importance of saying #BlackLivesMatter vs.

Challenge #4: Sampling Salads

By | Nov 30, 2015

This week, my dinners will consist of bowls filled with salads. Now that I’m back on campus and separated from my family cooking, it’s time to recalibrate; and why not do that with a challenge.

Installment Six: Registration

By | Nov 17, 2015

Personally, I believe Ithaca should work to better assist students and improve upon the theme and perspective system.

Peanut-Buttering-Up Your Breakfast: Kick Starter Toast

By | Nov 12, 2015

The perfect approach to breakfast recently has been peanut butter and banana on whole wheat toast, and the dining halls have made it easy for me to do that.

Why You Should Care About #POCatIC, Even if You’re White

By | Nov 11, 2015

This may be one of the hardest blogs I’ve ever written.

Installment Five: Money Matters

By | Nov 7, 2015

For the first time, I was to become responsible for purchasing everything I needed and desired beyond tuition, room, and a meal plan.

Approaching Balanced Nutrition

By | Nov 1, 2015

I’ve never gone to therapy, but speaking to a nutritionist is like that for food. Cathy comes to campus every wednesday to talk to students with certain eating concerns. I took down the number because I’ve always wanted to see what a nutritionist could actually do for me.