Aisha Sultan, STLtoday

Aisha Sultan


St. Louis, MO, United States

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Past articles by Aisha:

Sultan: When a mom runs for governor

Nicole Galloway said she has felt tears come to her eyes when talking to parents whose children have been denied health care. She knows what it feels like to fear → Read More

Sultan: Reconnecting with home through food

There are certain Pakistani foods I only eat when I visit my parents in Texas. → Read More

Kirkwood neighbors find a new place to linger, swap, sell and help one another

She joined thousands of other communities where the local Buy, Swap and Sell Facebook page has become the never-ending garage sale. Millions of people are trading, buying and selling on → Read More

Holiday place settings for contemporary, casual or traditional styles

Mix, match plates for visual interest. → Read More

Ask me to carry a special ID, Donald Trump. This is what I’d say.

How Donald Trump’s campaign is normalizing ideas from the darkest chapters of our history. → Read More

Aisha Sultan: Lip plumping and a punch in the mouth

The indignity of being called out by your child stings more than sticking your lips in a vacuum. Trust. → Read More

Signs that your aging parent should not be living alone

It can be difficult to determine if an adult who prizes his or her independence is still capable of living alone. Here are 10 tell-tale signs offered by aging and → Read More

Aisha Sultan: Getting strangers to fund your kids' activities, birthday parties

Has crowd sourcing replaced the hustle? Or has it become the new hustle? → Read More

The making of the $100,000 baby whose baby picture went viral

That image has been viewed more than 2 million times, shared and liked and commented upon thousands of times across the world. → Read More

Who gets the dog in a divorce?

They've both got a dog in this fight. → Read More

Who gets punished in schools?

School officials may have cracked down on bullying, but they’ve enshrined their own biases in ‘no-tolerance’ and ‘security concerns’ that disproportionately target minority and poor students. → Read More

IKEA announces its freebies for Grand Opening on Sept. 30

The promotional giveaways at the new IKEA store will last three days, beginning on Wednesday, Sept. 30, through Friday, Oct 2. → Read More

A kid winning the Internet: Little girl pleading for peace between parents

Children hate it when their parents fight. → Read More

Parents need to seize control from their darling bullies

A celebration at the Buddhist center lost its Zen when Sean Grover’s daughter had a complete meltdown. → Read More

A clock is not a bomb. An institution that shuts down learning is not a school.

Where in this process did the teachers and staff demonstrate critical thinking or compassion? → Read More

A clock is not a bomb, and Texas institution that shuts down learning is not a school

Where in this process did the teachers and staff demonstrate critical thinking or compassion? → Read More

Finding my American daughter's doppelganger in Pakistan

It wasn’t just the girls’ shared pop cultural interests that amused us. It was their boundary-testing attitudes; their verbal sparring with siblings and parents; their common language of Tumblr and → Read More

School supply lists highlight an even bigger problem

School supply lists and the reaction to them speaks to the rising income inequality and financial pressure on middle class families in America. → Read More

Reader anonymously donates $100,000 to University City Children's Center

An anonymous donor has given the University City Children's Center $100,000 after reading a profile about how the child care center struggles to help children develop emotional skills. → Read More

Young find voices, power in Ferguson’s aftermath

Ferguson changed us. It changed our awareness, conversations and policies. It impacted a generation of young people to feel empowered to make the world a better place. → Read More