Tag Archive: St. Louis

Jan 18

Martin Luther King Jr. Scholar: 10 Years Later

Almost 10 years ago, I arrived in St. Louis to interview for the Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship at Saint Louis University. The scholarship had been around for two years, but this year was the first year the college was interviewing candidates before selecting scholarship recipients. The weekend was cold, in the teens, one of …

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Jul 12

Admittedly Cool Things on the Mainland

Yes, Hawai’i is awesome, but it would be unfair to say that the rest of the United States absolutely and entirely sucks. First, it’s not true. Second, no one likes it when bold, general statements are made, especially when fact and personal experience contradict them. I’ve found a couple of things that I can at …

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Jul 05

Why Hawai’i is Cool Enough for a Blog

During my freshman year of college the resident adviser of my floor started a door-decorating contest. The theme was “I love ___”.  With myself from Hawaii and my roommate from Tennessee, we went with “Home is Where the Heart Is” for our door theme and we decorated with pictures from our respective home states.  We …

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