Three Future Technologies to Revolutionize Digital Publishing

10 years ago if someone would have said that over half of all adults in the United States would be using Facebook in order to learn about the news, no one would have believed them. As technologies change, so does the world of digital publishing.

What Crutches Taught Me about Life

It was a beautiful, Wednesday morning when I hobbled my way onto the campus bus and entered the Health Center. I was in a state of utter confusion and shock. Something that was just a mild discomfort the night before had turned into an unbearable pain which wouldn’t allow me to put any pressure on my left…

Five Tips for Making Friends in College

College is coming! It’s a scary time, a new environment, new people. Sometimes it’s really intimidating to make friends. But don’t worry, it’s pretty easy, here’s what you need: 1. A Smile Smiling automatically makes you approachable. Most students are just as confused and worried as you are, so smiling is an easy way of showing…

Understanding the Whole: Overcoming Writer’s Block

I like to say that I am not a perfectionist but that I have an eye for perfection. Being an idealist at heart, I feel and understand the importance of getting things right, of maintaining purity and simplicity in the smallest of things. And yet, for the past few months, this is part of what…

The Universality of Music: Exploring Indian Classical Tradition

Guest Post written by: Saurabh Kumar The Concert A couple of weeks ago, I was given the incredible opportunity by the Georgia Tech Stamps President’s Scholarship to witness Indian classical musicians present the Masters of Percussion concert at the Rialto Center for the Arts. I attended the event along with Georgia Tech students Suraj Sehgal,…

YOU Have a Story to Tell

If you’d rather read than listen: As I explored WishDish with a friend of mine, she immediately told me, “This seems like a cool idea, but not sure if I have anything to share. I’m not a good writer anyways.” Many of us have this same sentiment when it comes to writing, talking, or just storytelling…

The Liebster Award: I Got Nominated!

The Liebster Award is an award given by bloggers to other bloggers as a way of recognizing their accomplishments and sharing new blogs. I am honored to say that I was nominated by the blog Cherry Flare. It is always amazing to see how one’s writing can inspire people from all over the world! The rules…

Unpacking “Me” – A Dive into Identity

Originally posted on 100 Ways to Write:
I recently had the opportunity to perform a spoken word poem that I had written a while ago. And on the day of the performance, I remember staring at the words on the pages that I was holding and realizing that these phrases that once held so much emotion and meaning to me…

Changing the World: A Youth Perspective

This was a post I wrote – and it was originally published on Huffington Post! ——————————————————- The United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a commitment made by over 190 leaders around the world to change this planet as we know it. With 17 bold goals to tackle massive problems by 2030, including eradicate extreme poverty, fixing…

“To You” (A Spoken Word Poem)

This was a spoken word poem that I had written and performed on February 25, 2016. Although the performance was recent, the poem was written during a time that now seems quite foreign to me. To You You came to me when I least expected it. You, a person I needed, when I didn’t even realize I…

Stop Waiting to Change

If you’d rather listen than read: — My Day Four assignment for the “Blogging 101” course that I have enrolled in is to publish a post for my ideal audience member. Seeing as this was assigned five days ago, I’m definitely playing catch-up, but I am determined to make it! Well, this got me thinking, who is…

Re(Introduction)

Hello! In an effort to launch myself into blogging and work on my writing skills, I’ve enrolled in an online “Blogging 101” Course. Our task #1 is “Introduce Yourself to the World”, so here it goes: (Boring stuff) My name is Suraj – if you’re interested to know anything beyond that, there’s an About page. (Fun stuff) Here…