Food talk–it’s what I know best

I recently stumbled upon a video that Chipotle launched (honestly, it’s almost 2 years old…) about meat production and factory farming. It’s for their campaign about emphasizing the importance of a sustainable food… Continue reading

Everything I like in one film

Big Easy Express┬ádocuments three bands who go from San Francisco to New Orleans by train. Edward Sharpe + the Magnetic Zeros, Old Crow Medicine Show and Mumford and Sons. And a train ride… Continue reading

Twitter used in a new way

With family and friends living in Israel, I’ve been constantly refreshing my news webpages for the past 24 hours. But something is different this time. In 2001, during the Second Intifada in Israel,… Continue reading

The Hurricane Soundtrack

Music for the hurricane. Just setting the mood and strictly listening to songs with the word “Hurricane” in it. A classic Guitar Hero song. A longy, but goody. My girl Florence always knows… Continue reading

Reading for Pleasure–A Balancing Act

One of the hardest parts of college is balance. Everything from friends to homework to clubs to extracurricular activities requires time and effort. Maybe we spread ourselves too thin at times, but keeping… Continue reading

50 State Challenge

Ever since I was young, I’ve wanted to visit every state. I don’t consider myself a big American traveler, I actually prefer international traveling, but I made it a goal at a young… Continue reading

The marvels and monsters of Twitter

Lately I have been thinking about the power of social media in classes. I know there are a few classes at Lehigh that use the tools in order to enhance the learning experience–taking… Continue reading

Register to vote!

My sister sends me lots of emails about voting, admittedly usually I don’t read them, but I decided to read this one. Check out this great video by Sarah Silverman. Thankfully I successfully… Continue reading

New Year, New Habits

During Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement), the Rabbi explained that by the end of the holiday, you should try to be different in some way. A positive change, it may be small, but… Continue reading

Saturdays at Lehigh

Last year, I wrote a Brown and White article about Saturdays at Lehigh–where’s the balance? Are we wasting our time most Saturdays and not┬áreally taking advantage of our time here? So this Saturday,… Continue reading