The Vegetarian’s Guide to Clifton

Dietary Restrictions. A lot of us have dietary restrictions for many reasons; religion, allergies, fighting for a cause, and a billion other possibilities. Bottom line is, we don’t eat food that ‘everyone’ eats. I am not going to lie and say it’s an extremely smooth ride, but it’s not impossible. Walk into a fast food…

Exchange Programs: studying abroad for a whole semester?

Most modern television shows have the familiar exchange student trope, but I never actually understood how exchange programs work until I looked into joining one myself. I initially thought an exchange program involved two students literally exchanging spots in their respective high schools/colleges. I was slightly off the mark with that analysis. Turns out that…

Events at the U of Cincy: Social Justice Research

Last week, I participated in a week long workshop on research methods surrounding social justice. This workshop was offered by the Kunz Center for Social Research, which is in the Sociology Department. This program was geared towards students of all majors who are interested in using research to promote social justice. As a STEM major,…

“Yi”ster Bunny

Last Saturday, I joined the volunteering event held by UC International. Our mission was to help economically disadvantaged children have wonderful Easter at a local church. There were face-paintings, games, crafts, and Easter candies. And guess what? I was dressed up as the Easter Bunny. When I received the sign-up email from UC International and…