Enough is Enough

Throughout the history of America, our government has upheld a tradition of classiness, integrity and understanding — the tradition of peaceful presidential transitions. As terms come to an end, both sides are able to put their differences aside and come together for the sake of the country. This, unfortunately, couldn’t be farther from true in […]

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VSCO, unproblematic

I’ll be the first to admit that social media runs my life. What indeed would I do without my constant updates, the information I receive about family, friends, and colleagues, not to mention remembering and keeping track of birthdays (Thank you, Mr. Zuckerberg). In fact, social media is one of the most influential aspects of […]

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Lessons from Among Us

Sometimes, we’re reminded of life’s lessons through the most arbitrary of tasks. Today, I was reminded of the importance of patience and trusting the process as I was researching the history of the popular digital game, Among Us. You’ve likely noticed the rise in popularity of this now commonly played game — a game that […]

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Let’s Talk RBG

Ruth Bader Ginsburg — the Notorious RBG — a woman who has altered the course of America indefinitely. A woman who encouraged dissent and was not afraid. A woman of non-negotiable intelligence, confidence in the face of adversity and incomparable character. A Supreme Court Justice, a mother, grandmother and a champion of equality.   Justice. A […]

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Art, interrupted

A plethora of DIY pages and positivity accounts have posted about being creative during the shock of coronavirus. New crafts, dances and entertainment opportunities are provided with every refresh of a social media page and through this pandemic, the world has been reminded of the necessity of artists. Art is in the music we listen […]

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