thirty under thirty, post-diploma
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Apr 16, 2014 by Andrew Knot
Here’s the thing about the critics: They’re right. The National groans. Sometimes Berninger doesn’t quite sing the lyrics. And the lyrics rarely make sense.
Apr 15, 2014 by Sarah VanderMolen
So thank you, Anne, for inspiring me on Friday to laugh, to show up (I almost didn’t come to the talk. Isn’t that silly?), and to tell my version of things.
Apr 14, 2014 by Will Montei
Pop is like soda-pop. It’s sugary sweet, easy to consume, addictive, nutrition-empty, and makes you feel sick to the stomach if you’ve had too much.
Apr 13, 2014 by Melissa Dykhuis
Today I rewrote that paper for my son Matthew, describing its major findings in the voice of his favorite first author: Dr. Seuss (Ph. D.?).
Apr 12, 2014 by Abby Zwart
The rustle of everyone sitting up straighter and reaching for a pen when an author says something profound. Those pens scratching on paper in unison.
Apr 11, 2014 by Elaine Schnabel
I also remembered what this little family was like—this community of faithful writers. It’s a beautiful community, and it’s one to which I belong.
Apr 10, 2014 by David Greendonner
Tyson’s narration meanders back and forth from the local to the cosmic, and spends not a small amount of time biographing members of the scientific pantheon.
Apr 9, 2014 by Bart Tocci
Finally, a girl asked me to dance. I was always taught to ‘respect women,’ so we danced with our arms outstretched, creating a mini Arc de Triomphe on the outskirts of the floor.
Apr 8, 2014 by Nard Choi
I felt like I was all alone in the crater with just the animals for company, and I wished again that I had studied some kind of science—biology, environmental science, geography.
Apr 7, 2014 by Caroline Higgins
I now understand this to be a painless and defensive maneuver, but at the time I was utterly traumatized. The tail continued to wiggle and squirm in the cage for several minutes.
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