We Made It In America

This is a guest post by Brother Emmanuel Hiram Arnaud. On May 22nd, 2013, after a long procession, countless traditional ceremonies, and to the roar of thousands of applauses, I turned to my right and hugged my dear friend, and brother, Jason Tejada. His towering stature soon enveloped me and I tasted the sweet linen […]

Ten Things I wish I had known as an Undergraduate

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Soon after my graduation from undergrad, I wrote and published an article on 10 things I had learned in college.  People received it well, thanks in large part to the fact that most college readers could identify with one or more of the lessons on the list. It has been almost three years since that […]

Bridging the Gap: The most valuable asset that you keep forgetting

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We are often told that speaking a second language is an advantage especially when navigating the treacherous waters of the job market. The ability to communicate in a second language makes us attractive to employers for many reasons, and sometimes is enough to secure us a position.  This is very welcoming news for any young […]

Slacktivism: What are you doing to create Change?


“Slacktivism (sometimes slactivism or clicktivism) is a portmanteau formed out of the words slacker and activism. The word is usually considered a pejorative term that describes “feel-good” measures, in support of an issue or social cause, that have little or no practical effect other than to make the person doing it feel satisfaction” (Wikipedia). In […]

Does this make me weird?

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I have had this article brewing for a while now. I’m sure that there are plenty more people in the world that asks questions like this in their lives. Every man questions who he is as a person; but this is often typical of a midlife crisis. I don’t think many men in college ask […]