Presenting 'Hiking in Black Rock Forest', a Haiku by Kadaja Brown.
By Allison Yeh When you are Traveling Read this: Jodi Picoult’s The Storyteller is perfect for traveling as 1) It can easily be found in an airport kiosk, and 2) the novel moves so fast you will never want to put it down! When You are at Home with the Whole Family Read this: If … Continue reading Books to Read in the Last Week of Break
This first semester has been a whirlwind of "new". We gained new members, new staff, new logo, and new structure. Now that all of that shiny stuff is settling into routine, it's time to take the blog to the next level.
By Cary Chapman My future dog’s name is Anastasia. When she enters my life, I will have disposable income and free time and no one else in my life to spend them on. I will name her Anastasia because if I ever do have a daughter, my new mother self will shy away from burdening … Continue reading A Realistic Fantasy
This week, Photo Friday displays a submission by Ruby Samuels called "Stacked Urban Boxes." Thanks for the submission, Ruby!
Let’s be honest—your midterms have overstayed their welcome, your fuse is running short, and no matter how much food you ate over Thanksgiving, you still can’t help but think about your schedule, your homework, and most of all, your finals. My first word of advice, however, is not to stress.
By Sinead Hunt This weekend, while my peers were busy gorging themselves on turkey and binge-watching Gilmore Girls, I was off running a half-marathon. Running a half-marathon has been a long-term goal of mine, and I was elated to finally have the opportunity to check this item off my list. The half-marathon I ran took … Continue reading Popping the Bubble Week 8: 13.1 (s)miles