Sarah Kay ’10, spoken word poet and founder of Project V.O.I.C.E., spoke at the annual TED conference in Long Beach, CA two weeks ago. TED holds annual conferences around the world, inviting speakers ranging from Madeleine Albright to Bill Gates to give presentations about their respective fields. In her talk, entitled “If I had a daughter…”, Kay performed two original poems, “B” and “Hiroshima.” TED, which just uploaded videos from this year’s Long Beach conference online, is featuring Kay’s talk on the front page of its website.
Ratty Vs. V-Dub, 2/22
Ratty: Creole Jambalaya, Steamed Green Beans, Oreo Chocolate Chip Fudge Bar
V-Dub: Breaded Chicken Fingers, Baked Acorn Squash, Onion Soup, Golden Grahams S’mores Bar
Advantage: V-Dub. Not even Oreo fudge bars beat Chicken Finger Friday.
Ratty: Chicken Curry, Lemon Filet of Sole, Escarole and Bean Soup, Frosted Brownies
V-Dub: Chicken Pesto Pasta, Stir Fried Tofu, Lentil Stew, Sweet Portuguese Bread
Advantage: Ratty. Would you really like to follow up chicken pesto pasta with a bowl of lentil stew? Plus frosted brownies for the win.