Aphrodite’s stomach rolls

I am sitting in the Cleveland Museum of Art on a Wednesday afternoon staring up at a painting of a naked woman. She’s leaned back against a fancy chair with […]

Vaccination isn’t an option

Every morning, I wake up with terror and caution about the measles outbreak waiting in my inbox and on my newsfeed. Sometimes it’s from concerned relatives and other times professors. […]

American Sign Language counts

Every deaf person has a story. The first time I was introduced to this concept, I was a freshman in high school and working on a broadcast journalism project. Honestly, […]