“Be kind and reach out to others. The college experience is more than a GPA or scoring the perfect internship. The genuine moments of understanding and the relationships shared with people of both similar and different backgrounds are just as significant — if not more…Kindness transcends boundaries; it is the first step to investing in a deeper and more meaningful friendship. Perhaps this investment does not mean much for a resume, but its worth far outweighs the surface-level connections we do not so often actively seek to breach. So look at your friends and classmates; ask genuinely how they are doing. It can make all the difference in brightening someone’s day.”
[kicks your door in]
YOU ARE DOING YOUR BEST WITH THE CIRCUMSTANCES GIVEN TO YOU AND IF ANYONE TELLS YOU DIFFERENT THEY ARE WRONG YOU ARE DOING GREAT AND I LOVE YOU AND I’M VERY PROUD OF YOU AND I BROUGHT YOU YOUR FAVORITE FOOD [aggressively slams down food container on the table]
I know this is a love letter, but something about it makes it so universal and at the same time intimately personal, and I appreciate that.
Though I’ve yet to meet anyone who doesn’t want to see the world, or at least leave the city they grew up in, I’m skeptical that most of my peers understand what traveling truly entails and how it can change you permanently. I’m going to lay it all out on the table: I think every 20-something…
Words from the wise and well-traveled
Important infographic to keep in mind when talking about HIV/AIDS.
World AIDS Day
Original Cast from [title of show] - Die Vampire, Die!
Why is it that if some dude walked up to me on the subway platform
and said these things, I’d think he was a mentally ill asshole,
but if the vampire inside my head says it,
it’s the voice of reason.
Good for you. Want a cookie
"The Type" by Sarah Kay