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Moment of Clarity

This past week has been exhilarating and challenging and inspiring and raw. I hiked over 60 miles of El Camino de Santiago in Galicia,

Finding your Fit

Adjusting to college is hard and it might get even harder for transfer students as we are the “small number” in a bigger college

Things I’m afraid of

Like many students, and people in general, I am scared, even terrified, of many things. Snakes, failure, the deep space. But in the more

Didn’t we cure “Mad Cow Disease?!?”

Recently I volunteered to be a discussant at the Virginia Economics Association meeting. The paper I was asked to critique was “The Economic Impact

Learning as an experience

It’s been a while, Tribe! In my hiatus I’ve been re-learning my American accent and getting finals and the beginning of the spring semester

Oman’s Geological Triple Point

Qantab is a village at the eastern edge of the Muscat metropolitan area, it’s hemmed in by steep rocky hills, and flanked by a

On Getting Wander-fully Lost

From riding a camel in Morocco to eating Belgian waffles in Brussels to surviving one of the world’s most dangerous hikes to visiting the

My Fraternity Family

One of my favourite academic traditions at St Andrews is the academic family. To briefly describe it: upperclassman students ‘adopt’ freshmen to be their

Take it back now y’all

Now that this new spring semester is underway, let’s take a moment to appreciate what brings us all back. The Tribe. At the time