Monthly Archives: December 2012

My Soul-Searching Experience of Teaching in Bangalore

Naveeshini Nair is Malaysian student who’s currently doing her pre-medicine course in the US. She went to Bangalore to volunteer to teach, followed by an internship stint to remedy the caste-plagued system in India. Last summer, I went to Bangalore India on a program called Global Social Entrepreneurship with my home institution, The College of […]

Ideological Paralysis; Lessons from Americans

The Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre has elicited outpourings of grief and bewilderment, prompting many to question the culture and conditions of a society in which something so terrible could be allowed to happen. 26 people dead, 20 of whom were children in what were supposed to be the most innocent and secure years of […]