Ying Xu
Guest Columnist
Conceptualizing the Power of Buddhism
Opinion · By

The summer before college, I attended a Buddhist conference per the recommendation of some friends. Before sitting down for our daily meals, we sang a short song that consisted of words like “mercy to all sentient beings” and “aspire to do all good,” addressing the origins and the processing of the food in front of […]

April 19, 2018
Gardening Offers a Fruitful Learning Experience
Life · By

Weeding in the strawberry field, building structures for the garden such as hoop houses, planting seeds and seedlings, harvesting produce and turning the compost, these are just a few of the environmentalist efforts you could partake in while volunteering at Campus Garden. Whether you are an avid garden groupie, or someone who has little to […]

February 22, 2018