The Medical Loss Ratio—you might not care, but you should
MLR, despite its apparent dullness, drives fundamental decisions in the health insurance industry.
Gone are the days of glamorous Hollywood starlets and their suave leading men. Modern film and television shy away from tired, old clichés and archetypal characters.
I went to the Gardens to live deliberately
Well, it’s here. I’m finally going through my quarter life crisis.
Reconciling the language and empathy gap
Early in my life I learned what it was like to live in linguistic limbo—where I could understand a language that I couldn’t speak.
Musings at sunrise
There’s something about the feeling of driving west as the day breaks around you, the sun rising in your rear-view mirror.
Making whiteness visible
White people are not taught to think of their whiteness as a defining part of their identity.
Confessions of an ex-perfectionist
There is a stereotype that Asians are very driven and their parents even more so.
Bookbagging is serious business
In case you didn’t know, today is one of the happiest times of the academic year.
'Tis the season
To anyone who’s anyone—which is, to me, no one—this week is basically everything about your social life compounded in a few short days.
This word for uncertainty
During fall break, I went to a concert in New York City and had, what you might call, a moment.
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!”