Posts tagged "january 2017"
A Little Goes a Long Way

A Little Goes a Long Way

“Please help us help these kids. They are not asking for toys, so assume they are in extreme need.” These words, hurriedly typed and printed to fit atop a small, cardboard box in the employee lounge at my work, hit home. Most probably didn’t see the box. Others dismissed it. I, however, knew from the...
Reading Between The Cracks: A Black Mirror Review

Reading Between The Cracks: A Black Mirror Review

Black Mirror, a Netflix original British-based television show created by Charlie Brooker, explores the morbidities and excellences of modern technology.
Thoughts on the Women's March and the Constitution

Thoughts on the Women’s March and the Constitution

  After spending the past six months studying the Constitution of the United States, there is nothing that scares me more about the upcoming four years than Donald Trump and Mike Pence’s opinions of people like me, their false promises, their claims about the media, and how uncertain his policy may be.
That Someone in the Crowd: The Women's March in Pictures

That Someone in the Crowd: The Women’s March in Pictures

Following the harrowing seven hour drive from New York to Washington D.C., I was awarded with one of the most exhilarating and empowering experiences of my life.
The Changing Face of the Muses

The Changing Face of the Muses

At first there were nine. Nine muses that, centuries before the common era, were called upon by poets to visit them and bring them tales to breathe life into. When Homer wrote his epics like The Odyssey, he called for Calliope. Clio was called by his peers to help tell history. Erato helped men write...
Editor's Letter -- January 2017: MUSE

Editor’s Letter — January 2017: MUSE

    The first singer I’ve ever idolized deeply was FKA Twigs. It was in my senior year of high school when I first heard one of her singles, “Two Weeks.” I then proceeded to obsess over her music and life for a year.