“Never confuse being opinionated with having something to say.”Marty Rubin
Team Green and Team Black are both wrong (Part One)
Then the storm broke, and the dragons danced.
In Defense of Dawson’s Creek
The simple act of being in love with you is enough for me.
The College Interview Series: University Of Michigan
Quick Note: Hi! I’m starting this new series where I interview students at various universities across the US (and maybe abroad) in order to allow people to get a feel for the schools and just to get a wide variety of opinions on here. Hope you enjoy 🙂 Located: Ann Arbor, Michigan. Acceptance Rate: 27%.…
The College Interview Series: The George Washington University
Located: Washington D.C. Acceptance Rate: 41%. Graduation Rate: 83%. Student Interviewed: Vishali Muthuvinayagam Interviewer: What’s name and where are you from? Vishali: My name is Vishali Muthuvinayagam and physically, I am from Port Huron, Michigan. Spiritually, however, I am from no place. I see nothing looking back at me when I look in the mirror.…
The College Interview Series: Purdue University
An interview with a student from Purdue University
2020 Media Wrapped
Anika’s Media Wrapped for 2020
Journal with Anika: 2021 Setup + January
in which Anika bullet journals and shares it with you
Normal People + What Makes a Successful Adaptation
From book to movie, what makes adaptations successful.
The Character Analysis Series: Stiles Stilinski
Some of us have to make mistakes; some of us have to get our hands a little bloody sometimes; some of us are human.
I used to have this playlist titled the All-Timers that contained all my favorite songs and albums so that I could always have them on hand. I thought about writing a post that contained all my favorite books, movies, and TV shows based on my experience with them. I know I don’t usually do much…
The Character Analysis Series: Scott McCall
An analysis of Scott McCall from MTV’s Teen Wolf.
On the Other Side: An Analysis of How Fiction reveals the Deeper Layer of Human Experience
Quick Note: This is an essay I wrote for my World Literature class in high school. It was easily the best class that I have taken to this day and I thought I would share this essay because it was one of my favorites. In my experience of reading fictional novels, I’ve noticed that when…
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