Literature

REVIEW: The Green and the Red by Armand Chauvel

“Like any other person, Léa had her own strengths, a potential that she alone could tap into, the ability to create something unique, even if on a modest scale, and nobody on earth would detract her from this goal.” Title: The Green and the RedAuthor: Armand Chauvel; Elisabeth Lyman (translator)Publication: 2014Rating: 2.5/5 starsCW/TW: N/ANotes: Vegan… Continue reading REVIEW: The Green and the Red by Armand Chauvel

Literature · Research

What’s Old Is New: Reflections from My Summer Research

"What when & how shall I be when I have got through?" When my professor/adviser first approached me regarding my college's new summer fellowship, it seemed far-fetched. My college has an abundance of students in various scientific fields: molecular biology, chemistry, environmental science, etc. . These students (and professors) are doing important work, which typically… Continue reading What’s Old Is New: Reflections from My Summer Research