“We were not going to allow certain members of society to discredit our unique needs just because they do not experience them,” says Cornell student Lydia Anglin, who cofounded the Black Ivy Pre-Law Society last spring.
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by Imani Ellis
“I work at 30 Rockefeller Plaza, and I absolutely love this building. The Today Show, Saturday Night Live, and The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon all tape here.”
"I would encourage anyone dissuaded from studying computer science to push through the difficult math. The grit you develop will help you in your career and beyond."
“Success isn’t a straightforward path. Keep pushing and you will ultimately reach your goals.”
by Sierra Reed
It’s fun and rewarding to work with such dedicated and amazing people around the world who care about doing good for their community.
by La Vesha Parker
It’s an amazing feeling to know that what I do supports what I consider a more sustainable form of capitalism.
by Tiffany Onyejiaka
"There needs to be a system-wide push to make pre-med preparation available to more people from more walks of life,” says Johns Hopkins senior Melaku Arega, cofounder of White Coat Strategists.
“A lot of times, when a character feels flat, it’s because the people who wrote that character don’t understand the voice,” says Orji, who plays Molly alongside Issa Rae on HBO's Insecure.
by Akintunde Ahmad
I've been blessed enough to make good decisions, get just the right amount of exposure, and have just enough luck. But I’m no one’s counterpoint to a so-called lack of ambition.
by Porter Braswell & Ryan Williams
We’ve grown tired of the lack of representation or misrepresentation of our community. The Jopwell Collection is a step towards changing that.
by Ola Ojewumi
I received a heart transplant and, five hours later, a kidney transplant from the same donor. I cheated death only to be met with a lifetime of disabilities. Very few people expected me to succeed. But I put on my headphones.
by Earvin Magic Johnson
Diversity is more than just a CEO statement on a website. It doesn’t just happen overnight.
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