Are you compulsive about planning? Congrats, here’s another item for your list: Studio Time 1) A cozy café. A notepad. A pen. Plain A4 papers. Watercolor paints. Fresh cooking ingredients. A half-empty sheet music to be completed by no one other than yourself… 2) Problem sets. Research papers. Midterm exam.
“You actually say ‘maths’ instead of ‘math?’” Colour. *Color. “So … I hope you don’t mind if I ask you a personal question: Did you live in the U.K. earlier? No? Australia? No? Then where does the British accent come from?” Realise. *Realize. Classmates, professors and strangers alike have been
Acclaimed Nigerian writer Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie came to Pomona College Oct. 1, engaging in a live online discussion with President David Oxtoby, visiting an International Student Mentorship Program (ISMP) masterclass on cultural and racial differences and speaking in Bridges Auditorium. The free event, which was hosted on Nigeria’s 54th independence
It started with the Tower of Babel. There I was, sitting in my IB Business and Management class wondering why on Earth, in this era of globalization, we still see language differences as a significant barrier to entry when businesses expand into new markets. In the biblical tale, the absence of