MILLENNIALS

‘Adventuring in Datingland’: An Indian Woman’s Account of Toxic Masculinity, Fetishization While Dating in America

Question — What do you get when you combine a ferocious fur-baby, 11 disappointing dates,…

Our Speed Limit Laws and Anti-Drug Policies are Geared Toward Enriching Corporate Coffers

Right now, if you look on YouTube there are numerous people posting videos of driving…

O Palestine! An Indian American’s Account of the Horrors of Israeli Occupation of the West Bank

This January, 55 students and I from Columbia University’s School of International & Public Affairs…

My Ranking of Winners and Losers From the First 2020 Presidential Debate, if We Can Call That One

The first of three Presidential debates between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe…

All in it Together: Our Love of Political Engagement Made Us an Unusual South Asian American Family

One of my earliest memories of American politics was, ironically, not in America. We were…

How I Found my Voice: Bridging the Gap Between Indian and Western Musical Traditions

I was 7 years old when I first learned the song ‘My Country tis of…

Like My Family, the Biden-Harris Ticket Represents the Unlikely Story That is America

“I keep thinking about that 25-year-old Indian woman, all of five feet tall, who gave…

Identity, “Indian Matchmaking,” Narcissistic Personality Disorder, and Other Musings

Not trying to talk politics at the moment – actually there’s a lot on my…

Indian American College Students are Energized by Biden’s Choice of Kamala Harris

At approximately 4:14 p.m. yesterday, I received the text that finally shared the exciting news: “Joe…

Indian American Doctoral Student Named 2020 Marconi Society Paul Baran Young Scholar

Vikram Iyer, a Ph.D candidate in electrical and computer engineering at the University of Washington…

What’s in a Name: Realtors Dropping the Word ‘Master’ Does not Empower Blacks or Women

Let me state it very clearly: the murder of George Floyd is 8 minutes and…

How My American Dream Survived a 15-year Bittersweet Journey and the Pandemic

I have a thing for remembering dates. Less so birthdays and anniversaries, but more to…