Welcome to Stella’s Section! My name is Stella Yoo, and I am a freshmen at Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, Georgia. This is my first time creating and managing a website, so I apologize in advance if it is different from the usual websites you are used to. I want this media to be used to improve my communication and writing skills. This is a place open to all minds for almost any content. I will be updating my blog page frequently with personal responses. Knowing that by creating this website and putting myself and my work out on the Internet I am opening myself up to all kinds of responses, I will be open to all kinds of feedback, so please feel free to leave comments!
I identify myself as an electronic communicator, so I am hoping this website will be an outlet for me to reach out to an online community about my interests and ideas. Usually, I keep to myself because I don’t want to be open to judgment or disagreement. By setting up this website, I will be stepping out of my comfort zone to further advance my academic skills. I don’t favor the idea of formal and timed 5-paragraph essays, so I am going to set up an informal journal-like tone to the content I post. I want to be relatable and approachable to my audience, so please reach out!
Kim Todd approached this topic of curiosity in such a nonscientific way. Throughout the piece, it felt like I was reading a piece out of a literature book, not a book about science and nature writings. I think this is why I could read through it without losing interest. From the beginning, Todd had me. … More Curiosity Killed the Cat