Positivity Pinpoint: Halo and Horns Effect

By Devi Chandran (‘24) Who would you hire?  Kaitlin is a 25-year-old graduate from Brown University and has  a major in business with a minor in communications. Friends often describe her as outgoing, likeable, confident, and driven. As a valedictorian of her high school class, Kaitlin was notably able to start college as a sophomore. Due to a strong passion for charity work, she then … Continue reading Positivity Pinpoint: Halo and Horns Effect

Op-Ed Contest: 3rd Place– The Price of Free School Lunches

By Devi Chandran (‘24) There are many prevalent injustices in our nation, but nothing hits harder in the heart, or the stomach, than the unethicality of school lunches. Tom Colicchio, respected chef and entrepreneur, once said, “This is what people don’t understand: obesity is a symptom of poverty. It’s because kids – and this is the problem with school lunch right now – are getting … Continue reading Op-Ed Contest: 3rd Place– The Price of Free School Lunches

Positivity Pinpoint: The Origins of Pumpkin Spice

By Devi Chandran (‘24) You know it’s fall when the leaves plummet to the ground, a brisk breeze trickles through the chilly nights, and bathing suits are exchanged for the comfortable familiarity of a sweater. But the largest distinction of fall? Pumpkin spice! Its fragrant aroma brings the nostalgia of autumn along with it. Even as early as August, pumpkin spice goods are being sold … Continue reading Positivity Pinpoint: The Origins of Pumpkin Spice