On my daily stroll to FoodMax, I am tentatively drawn to the fruit section. I grab strawberries for my mom’s famous “agua de fresa.” Looking at the strawberries, I recall my family’s history working in the fields.
By Andrea Garduno “When your brother is born I am going to need you to do a lot more Andrea” … It all started with that. That one line changed my life. I had to […]
By Ethan Chen I remember gazing, stargazing, at “Starry Night Over the Rhône” within a de Young hall. Forming rich canyons of oil paints, Van Gogh’s impasto captivated me, transporting me to the banks of […]
“because i had an outspoken personality”
As someone who wasn’t particularly confident at fourteen. I was distraught. All of my friends reassured me that she was a hag, in an almost Knives Chau-esque manner.
I was only 7 when I began to hide my name.
In order to see if there’s any rhyme or reason to people getting cancelled, I researched and compared three situations that seemed to have nothing in common.
“Colleges will be looking through all you’ve done throughout high school, from your transcript to extracurricular activities. My best advice—Be competitive.”
When my family and I stayed in South Korea, my elementary self walked around with heightened senses. On every street corner were delicacies I could only dream of finding back at home
When it comes to feminism, I have always had unwavering beliefs.