Don’t tell my professors, but the biggest reason I chose Anthropology as my major wasn’t my deep love of kinship structures, but rather because the department’s study-abroad program went to New Zealand. In point of fact, I don’t have any kind of love for kinship structures – but I do like studying culture, and the NZ trip made everything else worth it. (Published on September 13, 2013.)
Going off to college is like launching off in a space shuttle headed to the moon: All the folks at home eagerly track your progress, anticipate your success and worry about your safety. They’re always a little concerned that something will go wrong while you’re “all alone” out there. But sometimes, it’s Houston that has the problem. (Published on September 20, 2013.)
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