Diversity Vignette

For my Planning for Multicultural Learning education course I had to write a vignette about anything related to diversity. I decided to write about a time I felt vulnerable and exposed because of my identity. After seeing how much it meant to me to reflect on this...

No Need To Be Scared!

Applying for college is a really exciting and cool time. You are one step away from starting a new chapter in your life and being able to become more independent. You should be excited because all of your hard work in High School is about to pay off. However, it is...

The Four Types of Fun

I had the distinct privilege of embarking on a life-changing—and I truly mean it when I say “life-changing”—experience with the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS) on a Future Global Leader Expedition. I spent 20 days backpacking in the Rocky Mountains with some...

The Skin That We Speak

For my education Planning for Multicultural Learning class I was assigned to read chapter twelve of The Skin That We Speak by educator Joan Wynne. The reading moved me in ways that I did not think possible. In the beginning of the chapter Wynne describes that she took...

#FirstGenHaiku social media contest!

 Are you currently in high school or in college and have an inspiring, uplifting or even funny story related to being a first-generation student? Tell us in haiku form! We’re launching a social media contest and want to hear from you! Below are the quick and...
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