Grace Koh


Building an Inclusive Campus: A Story of Collaboration

Like many other new first-year students, Kyle Wickham was learning to adjust to his reading load for his humanities core sequence. During class, the students were working to unpack the reading when one student made a comment that struck Wickham.


March 18, 2016

People before positions

Effecting change begins with listening.


November 4, 2014

Dancing around the topic

How do we address cultural differences without being stereotypical?


October 14, 2014

Come as you are

Why fret over past imperfections when they make up who we are?


May 13, 2014

Faith and fear

“It’s possible to believe in something wholeheartedly and simultaneously know that you could be totally wrong.”


April 18, 2014

Stressing success

While we’re stuck in the college limbo, we invent short-term substitutions for success.


April 4, 2014

Passion in the pits

Sometimes admitting you’re bad at something is harder than actually being bad at it.


February 25, 2014

Ask not what your service can do for you

Why we serve the community is just as important as which community we serve.


February 11, 2014


Questioning a person for taking offense misses the entire point.


January 31, 2014

Not so picture-perfect

Facebook changes the process by which we make and record memories.


January 14, 2014