2016 Blog Development

We’re almost three (!!!) months into 2016 already, so naturally I’ve been thinking about this blog. I should be thinking about the art history midterm I have tomorrow, but well-- I had a resume review, which feels a bit silly because I’m just a freshman and don’t have a portfolio or anything, but the advice … Continue reading 2016 Blog Development

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It’s Not Too Late to Apologize/You Don’t Need to Apologize

This is a tiny essay about apologizing and duality. It comes, appropriately, in two parts. PART 1 Today, I want you to apologize to someone you treated like shit, or did wrong from your past and didn’t deserve it. No matter how long ago it was, it's not too late to say you’re sorry. It’s … Continue reading It’s Not Too Late to Apologize/You Don’t Need to Apologize

The Art Assignment // Independent Assignment

I have midterms next week (cue hysteria), which means studying and papers galore. I basically have no time to write, so today's post is an independent assignment. Head on over to the Youtube channel the Art Assignment (by Sarah Green, yes, wife of John Green). It's an amazing resource for creative people interested in art, … Continue reading The Art Assignment // Independent Assignment

Mr. Splitfoot // Review

Mr. Splitfoot by Samantha Hunt. Published 2016 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. 336 pages. “Every story is a ghost story.” Mr. Splitfoot is a haunting American Gothic, a novel that is piled with layers and mystery. It’s a hard thing to categorize-- it mixes a dual narrative of alternating POV chapters with elements of magical realism, … Continue reading Mr. Splitfoot // Review

Sorry, New Hampshire is NOT the Alabama of the North

(Obligatory disclaimer: I have never been to Alabama. Maybe it’s nice there, I don’t really know. But it makes a good stereotype.)   The New Hampshire primary was yesterday. Leading up to the event, there were a lot of articles on the state from various content sites. They talked about the “spirit” of the state or … Continue reading Sorry, New Hampshire is NOT the Alabama of the North