Celebrating my heritage didn’t come easily
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, Racer Rikki Camarillo writes about the pressure of growing up as a mixed race individual and feeling like she didn't quite fit in any community. She also why she believes in grabbing any opportunity that comes her way.
The small things add up
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, Racer Diego Rivera writes about not taking for granted any chances that come his way, the unceasing energy of his grandfather, and celebrating the touchstones that keep him grounded.
To living in the moment — and, sometimes, online
Racer and social media strategist Anna Halstead chronicles some of the insights she gained into herself and social media while on her six week sabbatical. Learn about the joy and discomfort of disconnecting and living in the moment with no thoughts of curating experiences.
Three Underappreciated Areas Where AI is Making a Difference
From generative AI to adaptive AI, the world is adapting to new technologies. In honor of Artificial Intelligence Appreciation Day, Racer Alicia Daleiden explores the way AI is making everything from web accessibility to agriculture to healthcare more effective.
Pride: a community of others who give each other the strength to own their identities
In celebration of Pride Month, Racer Andrei Antonescu talks about how community and relationships motivate him to be his best self, how people who express gratitude inspire him, and how love overcomes hate every time.
Looking at cultural heritage from an outside-in perspective
In honor of Asian/Pacific American Heritage month, Yalun Sleczkowski writes about the strength of her mother, the joy of owning a new dog, and looking at her cultural heritage from an outside-in perspective.
Encouraging dialogue, promoting understanding, and fostering inclusivity
In honor of Asian/Pacific American Heritage month, Lynne Chen writes about how her parents made sure she knew about her heritage, the language of her family, and why it is essential to better understand the struggles the AAPI community has faced and continues to face today.
I am complex. I am worthy. I am proud.
In honor of Asian/Pacific American Heritage month, Joyce Cho shares how she meets goals and adversity head on, the power of her mother, and the blinding pride she has for her Korean heritage despite the racism and hurt Asian Americans face.