Why Myers-Briggs matters
For those of you who know me, you’ve probably heard this phrase more times than you can count in recent weeks—“I’m an ENFP!”
How Mississippi's victories on the field can help us with victories off the field
Mississippi houses the most talked about battle in the country, and for once, it’s not one that makes you shudder.
Evidently, the Swedish military detected a strange disturbance in its coastal waters a few days ago.
Volun-tourism, emotional highs and photo opportunities
“I’m going to Africa to teach English to orphans!”
People's Republic of Duke
Because I don’t believe in attending class or staying on campus longer than I have to, I decided to extend my fall break by nearly two weeks.
The empathy gap
When I stepped off the plane into the Dallas-Fort Worth airport for fall break, I couldn't help but to notice that everyone seemed just a little on edge.
Internet for all
Yik Yak, PornHub and Facebook—we all use them, except that we can’t a lot of the time we’re on campus.
Reference pricing: paying up to a point, and putting some skin in the game
To combat rising costs in health care, payers (e.g. insurers, self-insured employers, the government, etc.) use various cost sharing designs. I
Fit in and stand out! Some thoughts on identity
I’m going to let you in on a little secret—identity is a paradox (a statement that contradicts itself, yet somehow manages to be true).
The university campus as hyperreality
They say that just by looking at an object you can faintly hear the echoes of its past whispering to you in the present.
The what and the how
“I don’t think I know enough to vote! How could anybody know about all of this stuff?”
We represent an institution that prides itself on the representation of multiple nations and provides a space for students to embrace and exhibit their culture, with each individual contributing a...