We should take this day to remember the tragedy that struck Japan one year ago today. I remember waking up on this day in a state of panic, because my mom was frantically trying to call her brother in Fukushima to make sure him, his wife, and her family were okay. Thankfully, my family was alright. Unfortunately, not everyone’s else family was in the same state of safety. A year has passed, and I commend Japan on taking care of business and cleaning up. There is still much to do, but the amount of work done in one year is outstanding. Having family in Fukushima, as well as having been to Tokyo and Fukushima six times, my heart goes out to the families that lost a loved one on this day.
Today I told UT CKI that they literally saved my life and I’m so happy they know how much I appreciate all of them :’)
It’s ironic how America preaches the value of education, and makes it so unaffordable for some. Then you get upset parents when it comes to surface that a college student is stripping to pay for her education at Duke University. Tell me another way that gives you money like that. Silence. Loans aren’t for everyone. Not everyone is eligible for grants, because those also look at GPA. You can be lower-class and have a horrible school GPA because of it. We shouldn’t judge. We should just worry about ourselves.
A photo campaign explores the diverse experience that black students at Harvard have to face.
If you cry during an artist’s performance, you’re either a) basic or b) a groupie lol it is what it is
When white people click anon:
When white people forget to click anon:
Today’s been a great day !
Sorry I haven’t been updating with my day-to-day life anymore, you guys. Life’s been really busy, in a good way, for me, so I haven’t had time to really be on a computer to update.
But wow, today was an awesome day. Got a great email, had a great phone call, and lost a follower here :) Ahh life. is. GOOD :D
ask a white person what racism is and they be like *clears throat* According to the Oxford dictionary, racism is