There are fellow gym-goers, salad-eaters, and nighttime meditators. Although self-optimization is seen as a virtuous act, McKelvy scholars hope to dig a little deeper and question if this is true. This Sunday, join a discussion hosted by Eva Vogt ’25 and Carter Brand ’25 that explores the many undercurrents of self-optimization, the why of it, its effect on communities, and its effect on one’s qualitative self.

6-8 p.m. Apr. 14 • McKelvy House • MORE • RSVP

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