Archives - Sherene Yang

SageFest’s Total Preclipse

April 5 marked the 14th annual SageFest, an event organized by the Sage Art Center, UR’s studio arts building, and…

Best Buddies: A club about friendship and inclusivity

Founded in 1987 by Anthony Shriver at Georgetown University, Best Buddies has grown into an international nonprofit comprising a network of chapters dedicated to promoting a more inclusive community for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Making long-distance friendships work: A formula

To make long-distance relationships work, we need both types of communication consistently, not just when it is convenient.

BookTok is turning the publishing industry into fast fashion

Are publishers and authors publishing books too quickly to capitalize on hype, and does this hurt the quality of their writing?

On “wasting time”

There is no such thing as “wasting time” when it benefits you in the long run.

On going home

Being home really is a double-edged sword.

Love languages: is it science?

There is science behind oxytocin — the “love hormone” — but love is so multidimensional that it’s hard to settle on one universal meaning for all.

The catchphrase “I’m not racist”

Nowadays, it seems like anything you do can be, in some way, shape, or form, “racist.”

No, I’m not unprofessional just because I wear a ___.

While I don’t have a problem with the attire for work itself, restricting self-expression makes company life dull and too old-fashioned.