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On August 4, I woke up at 7:30 a.m., even though it was a Sunday. Still not quite awake, I took the MARC train down to D.C with two friends. Our destination was Eaton D.C., the most artsy hotel I’ve seen: The entrance was decked with vintage vinyl, and it even had its own radio studio. That was where the 2019 Asian American Literature Festival was held.
Last summer, I bought The Idiot by Elif Batuman — partially because of its interesting title and partially because it had a buy-one-get-one-half-off sticker. It was collecting dust on my shelf until a month into the fall term. There couldn’t have been a better time to start reading it, given that it’s a book about the narrator Selin’s experience as a freshman.
Call me Elizabeth.
Many human traits are heritable. Unlike what most people confuse it to be, heritability is not simply whether a trait is inherited but a measure of how much of the variation in a trait can be explained by genetic differences. Your hair color, for example, is highly heritable because it is directly influenced by your parent’s genes. On the other hand, traits like the number of limbs you have or your lifestyle has low heritability.
Understanding the development of children’s numerical abilities
Dogs are a big part of our lives. As the most commonly domesticated animal, they are called man’s (and woman’s) best friend for a reason.
There is an old saying in Korea: If your body is worth a thousand, your eyes are worth nine hundred.
Stress is something we often experience in our daily lives. Especially with midterms, it is not uncommon to hear people say they are stressed. Sure we also say that we are aware of the importance of managing stress, thanks to the frequent reminders from various lectures and posters, but do we really understand the extent to which stress can affect us, both mentally and physically?