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To Stand United at Home and Abroad

I’ve watched the events unfold in Ukraine over the past several days with a mixture of fear, helplessness, and faith. I fear that we are once again on the precipice of a conflict with a terrifying insecure dictator who possesses the ability to plunge the whole world into war. I feel helpless watching what could […]

Shaped by Sports

After college, like many other recent graduates, I was still trying to figure out how to begin the journey of finding my place in the world as an adult. During my enrollment, I shifted ambitions from sports medicine, to finance, to entrepreneurship and finally landed on a pre-law tract with the aim of becoming a […]

Learning through the Pandemic

Note: I’m a University of Richmond student who studied remotely from China during the Fall 2020 semester. Today is a typical morning of October 25, 2020, and I have never imagined where I am now. A year ago, I took an English class called 20th Century British & Irish Literature. We covered topics such as […]

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Love Must Equal Justice

“Weeping may endure for the night, but joy comes in the morning.” I have loved this verse and sentiment since my mother first taught it to me. It guided me as a child and young adult, and guides me still. Surprise surprise, since the start of the new year, I’ve been in a reflective mode. […]

Reconnecting in London this Spring

Few cities in Europe can offer a greater diversity of experiences than you can have in London. The new year brings thoughts for how we can take trips to entertain ourselves, and many people will be turning their sites on the UK capital for a unique experience. While it is virtually impossible to guarantee any […]

The Real America

Listen, I absolutely knew today would happen. Listening to Trump over the past few years, months, weeks and days, especially after Joe Biden and Kamala Harris won the election, I knew this would happen. As Trump lost nearly every court challenge, and even a few Republicans stood up to him in statehouses and courthouses to […]