The Scroll

Even—Especially—When They Are Uncomfortable

Manav Midha '19

May 3, 2019

Filed under Perspectives

An educated person is someone who humbly acknowledges that they do not have all of the answers. Two educated persons may vehemently disagree with each other, but they both understand that they cannot let their discourse descend...

Simon Lazarus Jr. Human Relations Award Essay

Manav Midha '19

May 3, 2019

Filed under Perspectives

Names of people in this essay have been deliberately removed to preserve anonymity. -MDM She and I met on a rainy and cold Sunday afternoon. We were at a session of the tutoring and mentoring program I founded. She was marr...

Indian-American Students in America: A Personal History

Manav Midha '19

May 3, 2019

Filed under Perspectives

These words were originally presented before the Warren County Educational Service Center on February 25th, 2019. Part of the speech can be found at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=41i4PY2_ufE&t=645s). Thank you, Dr. Sehi, Pam, and the entire Warren County Educational Service Center for this opp...

College Essay: Manav Midha

Manav Midha '19

May 3, 2019

Filed under Perspectives, uncategorized

Prompt: In French, there is no difference between “conscience” and “consciousness.” In Japanese, there is a word that specifically refers to the splittable wooden chopsticks you get at restaurants. The German word “...

Health Catastrophe Coverage: A Novel Mandate

Manav Midha ’19, Contributor

December 15, 2018

Filed under Home, Perspectives

Throughout modern politics, healthcare reform has been a major topic for candidates from both major political parties. Republicans and Democrats fiercely battle about moral, constitutional, and fiscal reasons for supporting one...