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For one of my first attempts at a humor column, I decided to write about a common stereotype of the Scripps National Spelling Bee and the pressures of an Indian-American teenager.
After watching a video of two high school football players spear a referee deliberately, I decided to share my heartfelt feelings for men in black and white in a sports column.
For this column, I decided to poke a little fun at myself for being a "lax rat" — a term used to describe someone who is overly passionate for the sport of lacrosse. But the message of the column remains: don't be afraid to love what you do.
Over the summer, I met one of the most interesting people I have ever met in my life at a journalism conference: Isis Perez. This column recounts my realization that everyone has a story to tell and that we — as journalists and human beings — just have to find it.
For this column, I had to step a little bit out of my comfort zone. Even though I am not a very politically minded person, I used this column to talk about the presidential election and commend a community in its reaction of Trump's victory.