Editor’s note: Technically, I’m supposed to steer clear of first person in these editorials because they are meant to represent the opinion of the Publication. But it’s almost the end of the year, and I’ve already broken that rule a few times, and it’s late, and I’m graduating in aContinue Reading

It’s been fun. We are glad to have known you and we wish you all the best. Somehow we know that no goodbye can say what needs to be said, how just a few words can tell what a heart feels. You’re unable to completely close one door and onlyContinue Reading

We have a life of choice. Little girls in America might prefer a red dress over a pink one, or a Blow Pop over a Tootsie Pop, but Haitian children don’t understand the difference, according to Joanna Thiele, class of 1997 and the 2012 Sent Forth Award recipient. “They haveContinue Reading