Serve, Learn, Lead.
Behold, our fellowship motto. To me, this motto is much more than a list of actions that we as AIF fellows engage in. It speaks to the
Though almost a month has passed upon returning to the U.S., India has been on my mind each day. Over the course of the year, I came to deeply appreciate
I’ve been wanting to cover this topic for a long time, however I’ve been rather apprehensive to do so because it may not be the most popular of opinions. Nonetheless,
I create lists for everything: to-do lists, quote lists, remember-this-when-you-are-old lists, shopping lists, lists of lists (that was a list in itself…can we say listception?) I’m that kind of person
If I had to describe India in one word, I’d say….hmm…that’s a tough one. India is so incredibly diverse in every possible way; culturally, geographically, ethnically, climactically, politically, academically, you
Imagine, over the span of 40 years, watching a forest grow from delicate saplings to towering trees.
That is the power of nature.
Yet, with a strong gust of wind
After the demonetization of the 500 and 1000 rupee notes, the election of Donald Trump, the death of Fidel Castro, the victory at Standing Rock, the passing of Tamil Nadu’s
This past week, we had the pleasure of hosting the tremendous performing trio of Uataueist!
What was that?
Still didn’t get it? Try saying “what a waste!”
I often find it difficult to look up while walking on an uneven terrain. I have to intently survey the ground before each step, searching for potholes, puddles, or anything