Resources for Pre-Law

Ever dreamed of being a lawyer? Looking to wield the power in a courtroom to advocate for justice? Congrats! You’ve come to the right

Overheard in Committee: Dropping Classes

We Admit It! Committee season is upon us. As I’m posting this, our dean staff is meeting to have thorough, passionate, and detailed discussions

Resources for Pre-meds

I always thought about going to medical school and one day being a doctor. I lacked the faith in myself to be able to

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

Building Trust in Community – Part II

When I applied for the Community Trustbuilding Fellowship, I did so because I hoped it would inform my work in the Office of Community

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

Revolution, Jane Austen, and Kayaking 101

As you may have guessed from the seemingly random title of this blog post, I’ve taken a wide variety of unique and interesting classes

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

Failure is an Option

One of the most difficult lessons in life is learning how to fail. That’s right, failure. Being wrong. Inadequacy. Not succeeding. Many of us,