Making the Most of It

Submitted! I turned in an Econ paper and my business plan for LaunchED. LaunchED is an early-stage Ed Tech startup I’ve been working on throughout the semester whose mission is to provide a centralized platform where middle and high school students can gain the access to information, knowledge, and guidance to discover and cultivate their … More Making the Most of It

Making the Case

My semester is off to a great start. I must admit choosing my spring classes was extremely difficult. There were so many options! I’m happy to share I just finalized my spring schedule and I’m already enjoying my classes. Here is a snapshot of what I’m taking: Spring 2013 * Educational Innovation and Social Entrepreneurship … More Making the Case

J-Term Highlights

Although I couldn’t take a J-term class, I filled the last three weeks with work, workshops, time with friends, and a number of school sponsored events. Here are the highlights from a couple of my favorites: * HGSE Trip to DC for Inauguration  HGSE SGA arranged a trip to Washington DC to experience the historic inauguration … More J-Term Highlights

Fun, Friends, and Finals

Happy 2013, Everyone! With finals behind me and the break coming to a close, I took time to reflect on the end of a fantastic fall semester. November and December flew by! Although my workload definitely increased, I continued to strike a balance between work and play. The Game (Harvard vs. Yale) – a well-known … More Fun, Friends, and Finals

Seasons & Snow!

I love the taste of crisp New England air and the crunch of multicolored leaves beneath my boots. I enjoy donning my favorite fall coat and the warmth of seasonal coffee in my gloved hands. I have never experienced seasons, so when the trees started turning from green to gold to fiery sunset, I felt … More Seasons & Snow!

Hanging a Question Mark

Bertrand Russell, a great philosopher, logician, mathematician, historian, and social critic, once said, “In all things it is a good idea to hang a question mark now and then on the things we have taken for granted.” One of my professors likes to end class on this note and I always enjoy it. I came … More Hanging a Question Mark