I, Too

I, Too by Langston Hughes I, too, sing America. I am the darker brother. They send me to eat in the kitchen When company comes, But I laugh, And eat well, And grow strong. Tomorrow, I’ll be at the table When company comes. Nobody’ll dare Say to me, “Eat in the kitchen,” Then. Besides, They’ll see […]

What September Means to Me

From the pre-school age of two to the high school age of 18, I dreaded the month of September. If you don’t believe me, check out the video of me wearing sunglasses during nap time at “Miss Rita’s,” clenching the end of my mother’s checkered skirt, babbling about wanting the “sun, sun, sun” to play […]


Nine Wonderful Women at Macaulay

Lisa Brundage Role at Macaulay: Director of Teaching, Learning and Technology Bio (via Macaulay’s website): In this role, she supports integration of pedagogically appropriate academic technology into Macaulay seminars and provides student and faculty support for digital project development. Lisa also oversees numerous experiential learning events at Macaulay, including co-directing the annual BioBlitz, IDEA Day, and […]

Holiday Season Kick-off Breaks Records on Online Market

Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales have hit historical highs, breaking the brick-and-mortar retail tradition. Instead, it has resulted in a surging online-exclusive revenue. For retail chains, this drastic switch from in-store hurdling to online searching and purchasing has led to significantly less in-store traffic. The 2017 shopping year has illustrated the “sad” and “dead” […]

Uber: Khosrowshahi Attempts to Shift Company Gears

Although Uber appears to be a forward-thinking company, its corporate culture is stuck in reverse. In February of this year, the transportation service faced more than 30 accusations detailing unethical practices in the workplace. Employees have reported sexual harassment, discrimination and verbal abuse. Subordinates have alleged numerous infractions by executives. Its hypocritical, “unrestrained” culture does […]