Writing is one of the most important aspects of my life. Yet, my words hid from me. As a poet, where does that leave me?
life grows. life is challenging and confusing, but no matter what, there are beautiful petals, waiting to grow.
The world cup was a beautiful experience and it’s something that should be remembered.
To honor the Palestinians that have passed and for those who are still fighting for their country.
While I haven’t been able to forgive the person nor fully move on, this poem acts as a goal of mine: feeling prideful and unashamed about what happened.
A short introduction to a story about a witch who can make wings out of snow.
I used this personal statement to apply to college this year. I talk about my journey with finding where I belong as a creative.
The pandemic came with many dark days, but in the midst of it all there was also some light out there as symbolic of the sunset in this photo back in June, 2020.
Self-Love..it’s complicated isn’t it?
This past spring, I had the opportunity to study abroad in Copenhagen and started a travel blog as part of their student media team. “Goodbye, Copenhagen” is my farewell piece!
Given the current debate over a woman’s right to choose in America, we asked 7 women between the ages of 21-26 these two questions: (1) What would a world where women across America lose their right to choose look like? (2) What gives you hope about this issue?
Bedtime’s a sport played around the globe by overzealous students who fret over getting enough rest—you can call it the sport that never sleeps.
Pledge of Allegiance: Revised” is a subversion of the American Dream through the lens of mental wellbeing; “gifted” is a gilded promise unraveled by statistics and a vow to embrace the strength of vulnerability.
In this special episode, two writers working in TV, Micharne Cloughley and Hannah Rothblatt, discuss their involvement in the WGA strike and what it means for the industry at large.