“Wait so you’re Phillip?” The man standing in front of the two of them at this party had just brought over the other man with his name and intended to play a little game. “Yes.” He didn’t really blame the guy - not only did they have the same name, but they kind of looked … Continue reading Eavesdropper
Flashback to early 2012, when I was just starting my 12th grade economics class. My teacher asked the class to answer one not-so-simple question: what do you value most in the world? Cue the anticipated "friends" and "family" responses as we went through everyone. As she got to me, I proudly (though while blushing) stated: … Continue reading Loans for Learning
Today my mother made the argument that I could not go to a country that was too dangerous because it would worry her too much and my student loans are in her name. I'm a 19 year-old American student living in Canada. I think I'm privileged enough to share some of my time and money. … Continue reading Post #1: Oh lord, I’m starting a blog.