Twenty-six year old Manny Malhotra dominates in a league of his own. Literally. As the only professional hockey player of Indian descent, Manny is successfully skating his way through untreaded territory. Having discovered his love for the sport at an early age, Mannys relentless work ethic and competitive edge won him a spot in the major Canadian junior hockey league before turning sixteen years old. After being drafted 7th overall in the 1998 N.H.L entry draft by the New York Rangers, Mannys talent and tenacity spoke for itself. Having played on US teams such as the Rangers and Dallas Stars, Manny has made a flawless transition to the American leagues…
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The age of the world’s youngest graduate, Michael Kearney. He received a B.A. in anthropology from the University of South Alabama.
An Anti-Rape Condom? I cannot place myself in the shoes of a rape victim. I cannot begin to imagine the blinding fear that comes with walking the streets of Johannesburg, or the pangs of helplessness, hopelessness, and indiscriminate fury that rape victims attempt to deal with. I cannot relate to those who have felt like they have had their humanity violated, their decency trampled, and their norms of order and stability stripped down violently in an act of shameful cowardice.
Ashwini of ArtWallah Although we define ourselves as the forward-thinking generation of tomorrow, all too often, many South Asians still feel compelled to fit the typical model-minority stereotype. Having received his bachelors degree in Television, Radio, and Film from Syracuse University, twenty-five year old Ashwini Srikantiah knows a thing or two about defying cultural norms. Inspired to empower and facilitate the growth of other artistic visionaries, Ashwini became the Artistic Director of the ArtWallah non-profit organization…
Worst. Interview. Ever. We’ve all had them – the point in an interview that makes you cringe and think, “Did I really just say/do that?”, leaving you only to grin stupidly. Or run away. Whatever your moment, we want to know!Tell us your most embarrassing/strange/funny interview experience, so that our TCC readers know they’re not alone in their embarassing mistakes. And don’t worry – you can be as anonymous as you want – just let us know in your email. Either way, it makes us laugh. With you, that is.