As Second-Generation Americans, We Aren’t as Different from Our Parents as We May Think
Our parents may have different dreams than us, but the one thing we will always share is the desire for a better life.
Learning to Parent in the Pandemic
We’ve put a lot of things on hold during the pandemic, but I didn’t think parenting skills would be one of them.
Shattered Glass Ceilings that Pave the Way to Inspiration
Academic institutions need to come to the realization that to grow and retain a diverse student population, there is a need to demonstrate commitment to representation.
In Celebration of Aunts
The guidance from my aunts — some biological and some not — sustained me and gave me what I didn’t know I needed.
Now is Right Time to Heed Washington’s 1st Inaugural Address — a Call to Unity
The president’s speech advocated no specific policies, but he outlined his vision of the nation’s destiny.
I Turned My Love for Hip-hop into My Dream Job
Hip-hop brings people together, something that America desperately needs at this time.
UCF in the News
UCF and HCA Unveil Long-awaited Lake Nona Hospital