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Chile ablaze

As we focus on the disaster that is the current American political system, other kinds of disasters are happening unnoticed in other parts of the world. In Chile, for example, wildfires are running rampant at high temperatures and, as it looks now, are nigh uncontainable.

What’s your greatest weakness?

For all I talk about living intentionally in my columns, I do a terrible job of it. Whether it’s getting involved in too many things every quarter or indecision over small dilemmas, my “yes-man” psyche, one of my greatest strengths, can often be the very thing that overwhelms and fails me time and time again.…

The importance of not mattering

Greetings from Santiago! I will be writing weekly from abroad this quarter, hopefully bringing some neat stories to light and giving you a peek into my experiences away from Stanford as I go. I can promise to provide an unfiltered stream of consciousness; however, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me with thoughts/comments/suggestions. When…

Teo: What we learned from the Copa América final

Chile emerged victorious in a grueling battle of attrition against Argentina in the Copa América final on July 4. After being deadlocked at 0-0 for 120 minutes, Chile outscored Argentina 4-1 in the penalty shootout. The aggressive match included a whopping total of 49 fouls and seven yellow cards between the two teams. Lionel Messi…