A few years ago, I wrote an article about a rise in hate crimes in America because of a crime perpetrated against Muslim students in North Carolina. It's funny how the more things change the more they stay the fucking same. I don't know about the rest of you, but the hatred that's being perpetuated… Continue reading Sounding Off on Hatred
It has been an incredible summer filled with travel, laughter, new friends, and a lot of firsts. I've been pretty fortunate in my life to do a great many things, but this summer was the first time I traveled to the west coast, the first time I traveled to a different country, and the first… Continue reading Summer of Firsts
The reviews are in...Dunkirk is phenomenal.
I'm 25 years old, and I don't know what I want to do with my life. When I went to college, I wanted to learn as much as I could about as much as I could. I wasn't going to college to get a career. And, now, as a 25-year-old woman who has two bachelors… Continue reading Quarter Life Crisis
Two days ago I came back from one of the most incredible adventures I've ever been on: Scotland, England, and Ireland. I have long been obsesssd with the other side of the Atlantic, but until two weeks ago, I had not been fortunate enough to journey there. The trip out there was rough. My original… Continue reading The Craic
As you may have noticed, I've been somewhat shirking my blogging responsibilities as of late. This is largely due to the fact that I've been gearing up for my very first trip across the pond. That's right! This anglophile is finally making her way to the place she's been dreaming about since she saw Pocahontas!… Continue reading Leavin’ on a Jet Plane…
Now, before I begin reviewing this movie and talking about its female heroine, I would like to preface with a confession: I am not a DC Comics fan. I've been a Marvel girl since the day I found an old Spiderman comic book lying around the house and read it with fervor. There is something… Continue reading Wonder Woman: The Hero I Need
Dear Queen Bee, When we were in high school (and even for a short time in college), you tried to be the center of everyone’s attention. You’d host everything at your house. If we all wanted to go out to dinner, you picked the place. Movie? You chose that too. Everything was under your control.… Continue reading Letters to People I Used to Know: Queen Bee