The inspiration for my latest article can be attributed to the uber driver who escorted my friends and me into downtown D.C. last week. As a painfully social person, upon entering an Uber I always start a conversation. Once I started talking to him, I realized he had an accent and asked him where he was … Continue reading
Author Archives: Grace Socash
The Power of Two
Let’s pretend you are ten again (or in my case, 21), and your parents ask you and your siblings what they should make for dinner. You say you want pizza, your sister requests spaghetti and your older brother is “dying” to have chicken. It’s not reasonable to expect your parents to cook all three for … Continue reading
Rock the Vote? Hardly
Incumbency, partisanship and the economy. What do these words mean to you? Probably nothing, if we’re being honest with each other. In the 2012 presidential election, President Obama’s victory over Mitt Romney was predetermined before the campaign even began. Now I’ve sparked your attention. Let me explain myself. The presidential race between Mitt Romney and Barack … Continue reading
Are New Cancer Treatments Worth the New Costs?
Cancer. What does that one word spark in you? For many, it conjures a feeling of anguish over a loved one who passed away. For others, that feeling of anguish is present but overridden with one of anxiety. This anxiety is due to an array of factors, the most common often that of the cost … Continue reading