By Giulia Pincetti (’24) Ever since I was little I have been taught that every story doesn’t have one side, it is multi-dimensional. A simple sound or movement made by the smallest or largest of people can be perceived in millions of different ways, all slightly unique and different. Maybe this is because we all can’t sit in the same spot at the same moment … Continue reading Perspective
By Giulia Pincetti (‘24) Transgender and non-binary athletes have taken large leaps over the years, integrating themselves in many professional competitions, including several of them being the first transgender Olympians to ever win certain athletic events in history, breaking many barriers in today’s society. There is still confusion however around the discussion of allowing transgender females to compete in the industry as many believe they … Continue reading Exclusion or Fairness?
By Giulia Pincetti (’24) A company’s operations are set to a specific standard of criteria environmentally, socially and when it comes to governance. This is called ESG, and socially aware investors use this criteria in order to find potential investments that align with their values. Many investors may even use ESG to steer away from businesses that contain risk factors that may damage their share … Continue reading How Does ESG Affect Us Investors and the World?
By Giulia Pincetti (‘23) Love. You can’t really love someone unless they love you back. You can adore something that doesn’t love you back, like a celebrity, but you can’t love them. Why do I say this? If we keep telling ourselves that we love people or objects just to express this emotion, then we lose its powerful meaning. Love is not a one way … Continue reading Love is a Tricky Thing
By Giulia Pincetti (’24) What is a good mother? Does a good mother provide a roof over a child’s head when the sky cries rain? Does this type of mother read stories about princesses and princes until all you see are sheep in hay jumping up and away? Does your mother slow the beat of your heart when homework makes you mad, or does she … Continue reading Who Misunderstood Motherhood?
By Giulia Pincetti (’24) “Happiness is an inside job. Don’t assign anyone else that much power over your life.” – Mandy Hale All those times that I depended on someone else for happiness was a mistake. Every time that I felt unhappy because someone didn’t come to my house, or because my friend ate the last cookie, my happiness blew away faster than the wind on … Continue reading Who has control?
By Giulia Pincetti (’24) Breathe. A feeling so ignored yet so needed at times when you feel like your drowning and gasping for air all around you that seems to have slipped out of your grasp. My hands start to shake as I feel the label, failure being pressed against my head. I’m drowning. I tell myself that I can get out of the water, … Continue reading Breathe.