Nuance Comes Slowly by Jackson Mejia

Nuance Comes Slowly by Jackson Mejia

It seems that whenever I chance a footfall in nature, I need an acclimation period. This probably holds true for many urban residents, but I know that I cannot simply saunter into one of the earth’s few remaining sanctuaries for the natural and expect to maintain the...
Curb Scholars 2017 Fall Retreat

Curb Scholars 2017 Fall Retreat

A new year has arrived, and to kick it off the Curb Scholars came together for the opening retreat.  It was week filled with exploring, writing, hiking, improvising, and, most importantly, getting to know one another. On Tuesday, the new Scholars honed their improv...

Building Bridges by Claire Evans

Building Bridges Shortly after arriving in Hong Kong for my internship at Ove Arup & Partners, I pulled out my notebook and started a list. Guidelines to make the most of the summer ~ENGAGE FULLY. Act as if this is permanent If you’re considering something but are...

Harrison David Kenum

California surprised me. And not necessarily with its people, its natural beauty, or its different lifestyle- rather, the fact that it was even able to surprise me was surprising. It’s not an off-the-wall, hidey-hole state like a North Dakota or a Vermont....

Happy Holidays from the Curb Center!

On December 9th, the Curb Center group put their baking skills to work for a cookie exchange to celebrate the holiday season! From molasses cookies to cranberry bars, Rice Krispie treats and chocolate chip cookies, we had a great afternoon of recipe sharing and...