Second Years say no to ‘My Story’

My Story is an ALA tradition that involves having a member of the academy come up to the podium at assembly and present their story. Most stories are usually about the person’s experiences and include a time of darkness and later a time of self-discovery and happiness. My stories often leave the community inspired. It is a great time to get to know a member of the academy better. With all of that hype around My Stories, this year’s second years still do not want to share their stories. A majority of the second years that presented their story this year admit that they were pressured into doing it. Curiosity is one of ALA’s values so ALAians Media went in to investigate why second years do not want to share their stories. Continue reading “Second Years say no to ‘My Story’”