Speaking of Places Where I Can Never Show My Face Again

Ultimately, I think all I want is for everyone to like me, so I don’t understand why I insist on constantly making this goal so unattainable for myself.     Yesterday I went out to eat with some friends after going to the gym, an experience that I chalk up to 10% perspiration, 20% imagination, … More Speaking of Places Where I Can Never Show My Face Again

Getting Protested: The Controversial Barbecue Sandwich

When I decided last year’s march for science would be a turning point in my civic engagement, I really meant more along the lines of me participating in new forms of organized demonstration and not exactly me becoming the subject of protest. Not that I couldn’t imagine people finding problems with me—while I’m not the … More Getting Protested: The Controversial Barbecue Sandwich

A Walk to Forget

There are few moments of self-awareness more potent than when you’re sitting in a university study space on a Saturday afternoon, mumbling across the table to your friend that in Accounting 312, the budgeted flexible budget is the more budgeted budget of the budgets. Running on inadequate sleep and from a verifiable Statistics 371 crisis, … More A Walk to Forget