the loneliness of distance learning

For as long as I can remember, I have been looking forward to beginning college. I’m not sure what it was about college that I was so eager for, but reading brochures and watching youtube “day in the life” videos was a blissful hobby. My high school summers were highlighted with programs on campuses, andContinue reading “the loneliness of distance learning”

my summer reads and september goals

oh by the way, i youtube now. so……heres the link…..if you wanna watch it….which you should hello friends! This summer was not really what anyone was expecting or hoping for, but I managed to make the most of it. All of the sudden, I had about 15 hobbies that I wanted to master. I didContinue reading “my summer reads and september goals”

Activism Isn’t a Spirit Week

(And the Art That Inspires Initiative) On May 25, 2020, George Floyd was murdered by an officer of the Minneapolis Police Department while 3 others stood by. The majority of his assault and murder was captured on camera, and it’s painful to watch. In the wake of his murder, protests began throughout the city thatContinue reading “Activism Isn’t a Spirit Week”