Humans of Hume: Kira Zautcke

Written by: Kaitlyn McGowan Kira Zautcke is a freshman biochemistry major with a large affinity for conservation efforts. She spent most of her childhood living at Sanibel Island, which she believes molded her passion for environmental awareness and marine life. Her middle school education was centered around marine science. She completed research on sand dollar … Continue reading Humans of Hume: Kira Zautcke

Uncommon Reads Overview

Written by: Brian Paulsen Every semester the University of Florida Honors program unveils a new selection of courses specially tailored for Honors students, a large portion of which are the Uncommon Reads. Uncommon Reads courses—one-credit discussion courses centered around a particular book or text—are some of the most popular Honors classes on campus and are, … Continue reading Uncommon Reads Overview

Stories of Hope from an Unsuspecting Platform

Written by Amanda Smith In a time of increasing division, Americans are desperate for sources that reassure us that future unity is possible, and that our hope is not in vain. Over quarantine and the recent election, there has been a decline in the perceived accuracy of mainstream news channels and social media. Podcasts, however, … Continue reading Stories of Hope from an Unsuspecting Platform