Wannabe

If there was one adjective to describe the world it’s infinite. Every millisecond is lived in uncertainty of what w ...

Last Minute College Application Reminders

Two more days before the common application deadline—you’re panicking, thinking about how you can further improve y ...

The Melancholic Smile

If you've played enough video games or watched enough TV shows or read enough books, then I'm sure you're familiar ...

Study of Humans #2: Two Quotes to Start Your New Day

“It’s like a cow’s opinion. It just doesn’t matter. It’s moo.” – Friends (TV Series 1994-2004) It’s obscure, isn’t ...

International Bacca-what?

How were my first few months of the IB program? Hmm, that’s hard to answer. On one hand, I’m stressed and ready to ...

Why I’m Still Suffering From PSBD (Post Summer at Brown Disorder)

After spending a full three weeks at Brown University’s Pre-College Program from July 23rd to July 12th, I’m still ...

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Wannabe

Wannabe

If there was one adjective to describe the world it’s infinite. Every millisecond is lived in uncertainty of what will happen in the next. This realization to some may be exciting and to others dangerous, every moment original in itself. But what fai ...

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Last Minute College Application Reminders

Last Minute College Application Reminders

Two more days before the common application deadline—you’re panicking, thinking about how you can further improve your application. Relax. You’ve made it this far—you’ll be fine. A lot of students end up stressing themselves out hours before the dead ...

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The Melancholic Smile

The Melancholic Smile

If you've played enough video games or watched enough TV shows or read enough books, then I'm sure you're familiar with the trope, "Hidden Depths". If you're not, Hidden Depths means that there's something very important or startling hidden deep with ...

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Study of Humans #2: Two Quotes to Start Your New Day

Study of Humans #2: Two Quotes to Start Your New Day

“It’s like a cow’s opinion. It just doesn’t matter. It’s moo.” – Friends (TV Series 1994-2004) It’s obscure, isn’t it? But for me, this sentence carries more meaning than how much you could imagine. Let me tell you about the greatest epidemic in the ...

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International Bacca-what?

International Bacca-what?

How were my first few months of the IB program? Hmm, that’s hard to answer. On one hand, I’m stressed and ready to slump against a wall and sleep for all eternity. My poor laptop is littered with documents with names ranging from ‘Filipino Individual ...

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Why I’m Still Suffering From PSBD (Post Summer at Brown Disorder)

Why I’m Still Suffering From PSBD (Post Summer at Brown Disorder)

After spending a full three weeks at Brown University’s Pre-College Program from July 23rd to July 12th, I’m still suffering from a particularly severe and self-diagnosed case of PSBD (Post Summer at Brown Disorder). While I’m fairly certain that the ...

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Study of Humans #1: Can We Predict Love?

Study of Humans #1: Can We Predict Love?

Can we predict love? Relax, people. I am not a troubled, full-of-rethorical-question teenager who tried to make war with your memory and mind of romantic sweetness. It, surely, is a weird question. It is in the same caste of realm with asking “why do ...

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Thinking For Seeing

Thinking For Seeing

It’s easy to get lost. You’re running, you can almost live the rhythm you’ve carved out from your jogging. Being on the go, nothing can stop you, and invincibility is only a short stop away. Then you stop, because you need to breathe, and you find th ...

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Erik Kimel at Penn: Preparing you for what’s next

Erik Kimel at Penn: Preparing you for what’s next

The Penn Social Entrepreneurship Movement (PennSEM) recently invited Erik Kimel, the Director of Brand Activation for Harry’s, to the University of Pennsylvania to talk about his experiences starting his own social enterprise in high school Peer2Peer ...

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Attempting to Decode Randomness

Attempting to Decode Randomness

Let's try to get things straightened out first. The dictionary definition of randomness cannot go by in this area, because it's too confusing for some people. Randomness can either act as something that happens for no reason or something without a gi ...

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