By Dov Alberstone
Buddhism stresses…mindfulness. This is the practice of being ever present in the moment you are in—to the fullest degree”
Not sure what books to read for the summer? Here’s a guide from Stern’s resident book reviewer, Kayla Plutzer!
By Talia Kupferman
Hope you can find at least one thing on this list to elevate you, and to insert joy and positivity into your day!
By Atara Huberfeld
“Eating the cone is a bit of an adventure. The cubes are piled higher than the cone as if it were ice cream defying gravity as it towers tremblingly over a sugar cone. ”
By Benjamin Koslowe
Despite my intellectual and practical commitment to logical thinking, it seems to be the case, I will grant with begrudging intellectual honesty, that I am simply not a fully rational being.”
By Eliana Lindenberg
“All of these things coupled with the possibility that you and your roommates will just not get along can make living in a four-person room a difficult experience for all involved. But it can also be the very best thing that ever happens to you. ”
By Chaviva Freedman
“I’m wondering if there is a way to do a mental version of spring cleaning. How do I figure out a way to weed out the people that bring me down instead of picking me up? How do I break down what things are more important than others? It’s something I struggle with a lot lately.”
“A million thoughts flooded my mind and once I gathered them, what I felt was that I was not lucky enough to know what I was supposed to be missing. How can you be sad about something when you don’t know what that something is?”
It’s true that challenging emotions such as shame, hurt, anger, resentment, and disappointment sting—sometimes to our cores—but they are also the birthplace of emotions that everyone wants to feel.
Planets are moving, a New Moon is coming, and drama abounds. What do the stars have planned for you this week?
“Abby Adler, alum of Stern College (Class of 2017) felt pretty clueless upon her exiting college. She debated and weighed her options for a couple months, and then finally decided to pick up and go to Israel to join the army! Read on to hear about the good and the bad of post grad life and get a different perspective.”