Julie S. Chung '20 is an Editorial Writer living in Thayer Hall. She is currently interested in exploring ways to close disparities, particularly in health care, around the world.
For people like me, “making it” means constantly leaving because your home can’t provide for you.
I looked out the window with a glass of champagne in one hand and a macaron in the other, wondering if I would ever get a better view in my life.
It seems that now more than ever, the uncertain future of Asian-American politics calls for more collective action.
Though all of us are lucky to be at this school, living in a constant state of crippling indebtedness to this institution can also get in the way of progress.