Everyone remembers a special smell–the smell of freshly mown grass, or the aroma of a hot dog grilling in the backyard. Sushmita Pathak’s special smell is the scent of mangoes. Here’s a story about how it became more than just a smell for her.
Diversity consultant. Equity coach. Anti-racism educator. These are are a few terms for entrepreneurs who make their living tackling loaded subjects like race and discrimination. It’s an inexact science with different approaches. Emily Dugdale takes a look at a growing industry.
40 percent of National Endowment for the Arts funds go to high-poverty neighborhoods, like Bedstuy, Brooklyn. If President Trump succeeds in cutting the agency from the federal budget, organizations in those neighborhoods will have to seek out private funding in order to stay afloat. And according to research, that may be a serious challenge. Here’s … Read More
Some call it the NFL draft for medicine. Others compare it to the Academy Awards. Last Friday’s Match Day was one of the biggest days in a medical student’s life. It’s when young doctors find out where they’ll spend the next 3 to 7 years for residency, and what type of medicine they’ll practice. … Read More