I’m gay, but when I look for ways to describe myself to my peers, my sexuality is never the first thing I come up with.Read More
As a third culture kid, I’m always on the move.
Think back to the last time you said, “I’m sorry” to someone.
In today’s world, with the power of advanced technology and social media, when a politician or public figure makes a mistake, it spreads quickly.
“I’m sorry to bring this up again, but I have another question about my pay.”
In an encyclopedia, the definition for a Type A personality would likely be accompanied by a picture of me. I am your typical Type A persona: rigidly organized, stressed and often irritated.
I remember trying to learn Spanish vocabulary and grammatical rules in 6th grade.
I’m not a competitive person, but what does that really mean?
Throughout my four years at Marlborough, I’ve pretended that I don’t notice the competition for grades, that I’ve never competed with another student for a teacher’s attention, that I’ve never pushed past people in Café M to get my lunch first, but there’s one kind of competition that I’ve never been able to ignore.