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You Only Remember Your Tragedies

I am tired. I am tired of going to class and listening to my professor’s ignore my history. I am tired of going to office hours and them telling me that I am… Continue reading

Dear Society

“I can not wait to study abroad” multiple friends tell me All I do is shake my head and reply “mhm I can not wait either” I lied to them I can not… Continue reading

Living…in Fear

“What do you fear?” “What is your weakness?” Every time I get asked these questions, whether it’s by interviewers or friends, I dread every moment of it. How can I possibly put into… Continue reading

Cheating the Textbook System

The last flight of stairs, almost there. My fingertips find it hard to believe. With every step, there’s more pressure and they’re changing color. Five more steps, almost over. Loud tup, and the… Continue reading

The First Year Frat Experience

It was September 14th and my three weeks were up. I had told myself I had three weeks to make friends. Three weeks before Greek life would dominate the social scene. Publicly, I… Continue reading

Fearless Friday: Class of 2019

We recognize all of the Gettysburg College graduates who will use what they learned and experienced over the past four years to fearlessly promote change, seek justice, and challenge inequality after leaving Gettysburg… Continue reading

My “Me Too” Coming Out

The words “Me too” litter my Facebook page, no trigger warning, no apology. Mothers, including my own, friends, neighbors, aunts, teachers. “Me too.” I type and retype and every time delete the drafts… Continue reading

When You Love Physics, But Physics Doesn’t Love You

I am a physics major. Or at least, I was. My class year was an average-sized group of majors; mostly cis men, mostly people I do not feel comfortable around. Jokes straight out… Continue reading

Value is Subjective and Other Fallacies in Economics

“Before I hand back your exams, let’s review the overall performance of the class. Listed here are the median and mean scores. You can also see the grades of five highest scores on… Continue reading

Distancing Strategies, Exclusive Clusters and Other Ironies of My American Peers

Being able to study abroad is a huge privilege. I am very lucky to have been given that privilege twice. I was accepted to Gettysburg College two and a half years ago, and… Continue reading