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Open Letter to “Mediocre” Latinx Students: Go Where You’re Not Wanted

Yesterday, I saw the article on WaPo about the University of Maryland professor who accidentally sent an email to his mock trial class that included a coach’s (the prof’s daughter) remarks on the students who had tried out and her concern about whether or not to include the Latino students for the sake of diversity… Continue reading Open Letter to “Mediocre” Latinx Students: Go Where You’re Not Wanted

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Breaking Barriers: Overcoming the 1L Emotional Roller Coaster

By now, I’m sure most of you have heard or read that super odd article by David Brooks. He tried to explain that the rich and powerful maintain a culture of separatism from other socioeconomic brackets in an effort to keep others from joining their ranks. A valid point, followed by the most asinine example… Continue reading Breaking Barriers: Overcoming the 1L Emotional Roller Coaster

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Breaking Barriers: FAFSA and Proving You’re Low-Income

April is Financial Literacy Month and I want to talk about financial aid for school. For the most part, I depended on FAFSA to help pay for college and law school. I was super thankful to have access to grants, scholarships, and loans but it wasn’t easy to navigate the financial aid system with little… Continue reading Breaking Barriers: FAFSA and Proving You’re Low-Income