Meghan Ahluwalia

April 18, 2019

Today as I sat staring at my work thinking to myself about how tired I felt, I reflected on the fact that I may have burnt out and may benefit from a gap year before college. Gap years definitely have their pros and cons in the public’s eye and people decide how to spend them in a variety of ways. If I had the opportunity to take a gap year, I would most likely spend a majority of the time traveling. I believe in learning from...

March 14, 2019

Last Thursday, Holton held our second annual Diversity Conference. We spoke about diversity within our community through the silent movement activity and discussions on dominant fragility, cognitive dissonance and reward, blind spots and diversity of thought. Everyone also chose an “unconference” group to attend. The options included: body image, mental health, ability, appropriation vs. appreciation, understanding your cultur...

March 2, 2019

This year, I am fortunate to help lead the Girl Up club at our school. I became a member of the club last year as I have always been interested in this area of work. I was hesitant on leading the club at first because I wasn’t sure I would be prepared to do it. However, with the support of our advisor, Ms. Randall, and the club members, it has really been a highlight of my year. 

Girl Up is an organization founded by the United...

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