For neuroscience majors at Simmons College, Philosophy of Mind is a required course. Ever since I became aware of this, I have been apprehensive, since I have always believed philosophy would not be my cup of tea. I can officially say that, halfway through a semester of this course, I have been proven completely wrong.… Continue reading “Plan It For The Apes”
I recently started a chapter of the organization She’s the First at Simmons College and it has been one of the best things that has ever happened to me! I have wanted to share my thoughts about STF, and I thought that doing so through the lens of my experience at the 3rd Annual She’s… Continue reading She’s the First Leadership Summit 2014
I have always been a crazily avid reader. Recently, my mother went on a tirade, blaming my lack of navigation skills on the fact that my entire life my face has always been shoved in a book (especially during long car rides). But not only do I love to read, I become extremely emotionally invested… Continue reading My Top 3 Favorite Books And Why I’m So Incredibly Emotionally Attached To Them
Starting this blog, I have spent a good deal of time considering what I will write about. I can only write about what I know, and something that I know (too much) about is pressure; the pressure to get good grades, to speak the best, to cooperate the best, to be the best test-taker, to… Continue reading Pressure
This is not some huge philosophical question (although I am thinking about those more and more thanks to my Philosophy of Mind class). Why am I here? Why did I create a blog? For an extremely long time I have been present on social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, etc. But I have… Continue reading Why Am I Here?