Michael W. Twitty is a noted culinary and cultural historian who recreates the American slave experience through food and its preparation. His blog, Afroculinaria, is the first devoted to African American historic foodways and their legacy, and Twitty was honored by as one of twenty greatest food bloggers of all time. He has also served as a judge for the James Beard Awards and is a Smith fellow with the Southern Foodways Alliance. He was recently named one of “Fifty People Changing the South” by Southern Living and one of the “Five Cheftavists to Watch” by .
Few people experience full-scale panic during exams, but many are afflicted by milder symptoms of psychological meltdown. One of the most common is the compulsion to rush into answering a question before considering whether it is the most appropriate option. ‘Picking the wrong essay question has done for me in the past,’ recalls UCL law graduate Tom Webb. ‘On one occasion, I found myself 15 minutes into a question before I realised that I really should have been answering another one. It was a real waste of time that I couldn't get back.’