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, 12/7
Ratty: Shepherd’s Pie, Grilled Chicken Alfredo Sandwich, Chocolate Chunk and Pretzel Cookies
V-Dub: Ham and Bean Soup, Nacho Bar, Mexicali Macaroni Bake, Raspberry Crumble Bar
Advantage: V-Dub. Hold on to your pants, kids. You have serious bullets to dodge at either eatery, but the nacho bar is the tastiest option to avoid some serious toilet timin'.