Growing up, I always knew there was something different about me and how my mind worked. I struggled to tie my shoes until I was eleven years old. To this day I cannot properly hold a pen or scissors.… Continue Reading
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While going through my recommended reading list on Amazon, a quirky (and spooky!) title stood out: Theories of International Politics and Zombies by Daniel Drezner.
Don’t be deterred by the blood smeared lettering on the cover.… Continue Reading
As a junior in college and my school’s chapter president of the Phi Alpha Delta law fraternity, I’m fascinated by those who have succeeded in the legal profession.
When my uncle, an attorney, suggested I read Gunning for Justice by Gerry Spence, I went to the bookstore the next day to pick up a copy.… Continue Reading