ADAMS: Ready and proud of it
There is no reason for Hillary supporters to intentionally level the playing field for other Democratic candidates.
NGUYEN: Lessons from my aunt
My aunt won’t have a famed biography written in her honor, but her stories will continue to impact those who were lucky enough to have heard them
SABHARWAL: Should we stay hungry?
We all harbor some fantasies about moments of epiphany when we will suddenly know, completely and certainly, what it is that we want to do. But that moment of epiphany may never come.
GUZMÁN: A racialized rejection
It’s about understanding other people’s stories, knowing that many of us beat the odds to get here, like everyone else.
TSUTSUMI ACUNA: Battling schadenfreude
“Schaden” met “Freude” and the concepts of harm and joy became jointly represented in the one and only schadenfreude — pleasure derived from another’s misfortunes.
MARNELL: Pinoy strong
In spite of the destruction, the global outpouring of support for the Philippines, coupled with the hope of the Philippine people, is more tangible than ever.
KIM: Big city, big money
New Haven isn’t only “not bad.” It’s a place where the impossible happens, where the sons of senators and farmers alike can be seen sharing a Wenzel.