My Tufts Daily Column (4/25): It’s Complicated…But Not Really

Guys, so many feelings about all this, and updates on my role at the Daily. Know that even in this column, I was censored and threatened that my words wouldn’t see the light of…print…? For now just read and tell me what you think. Brionna Jimerson | Respect Your Elders It’s… complicated. But not really.Continue reading “My Tufts Daily Column (4/25): It’s Complicated…But Not Really”

My Tufts Daily column (3/28): Degrees of Separation

Brionna Jimerson | Respect Your Elders Degrees of separation   Published: Thursday, March 28, 2013 When I was applying to colleges, none of my potentially first−generation college−bound friends had the nerve to entertain the thought of a gap year. I never thought critically about the prospect of volunteering on a political campaign or working full−time atContinue reading “My Tufts Daily column (3/28): Degrees of Separation”

My Tufts Daily Column (3/7) — 73 Days, but who’s counting?

Brionna Jimerson | Respect Your Elders 73 Days — but who’s counting? By Published: Thursday, March 7, 2013 One of my best friends’ Twitter byline reads, “May 19, 2013, 11:30 a.m. in the J Field,” the time and place of his graduation ceremony. I think he is over the 76 Days celebration. Anyway, last Sunday weContinue reading “My Tufts Daily Column (3/7) — 73 Days, but who’s counting?”

My Tufts Daily Column (3/1) — The S-word

Brionna Jimerson | Respect your elders The S-word By Published: Friday, March 1, 2013 Should.” The hell. Seriously, why do we still employ this word when talking about ourselves? I should have written this column five days ago, but here I am, after deadline, piecing my thoughts together in some 600-word cohesive something. Sorry to shatterContinue reading “My Tufts Daily Column (3/1) — The S-word”