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PERSONAL ESSAY

The language of humanity

It was the spring of 1978, I had just finished kindergarten and our family went to Boston to visit my mother’s third cousin, Suzan (later changed to “Susan”), and her family —…

POETRY & NARRATIVE FICTION

Among the Ruins

Fertile Futility

KEEP READING

Equipping Educators for the Age of Artificial Intelligence

According to a recent survey conducted by the Cengage Group and Bay View Analytics, a mere 16% of educators feel adequately equipped to handle the transformative impact of generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) in the realm of higher…

The Squid Game Reality Show Erases Asians

When I was young, I used to spend entire days with other kids in small alleys of Incheon, South Korea, playing various childhood games. We all lived in the same neighborhood, so…

Neurotypes As Operating Systems: All Types Are Needed

Grieving through Gaza’s Lens: Teacher-Parents’ Insight into the Fleeting Nature of Childhood

As professors and parents, the recent events in Gaza, vividly reported by CNN, resonate with us beyond the immediate horrors of war. The ongoing crisis is not merely a distant geopolitical conflict;…