Dear readers, Class of 2020 has graduated and here we are with a diploma in the air: congratulations! Although many of us are happy and relieved, some of these graduates feel a bit somber and unsure of their future. Maybe … Continue reading It’s Monday and I don’t go to school anymore
Dear readers, If you know me, you are probably familiar with my passion for art and animation, which combined bear cartoons. In fact, watching adult or teen-aged cartoons is one of my favorite hobbies. I like admiring the art and … Continue reading Friends, fashion, and family in DARIA
Dear readers, This time New York Fashion Week was a bit different. Well, on a personal level it was pretty much the same as like last years. But I was just remembering my first time I walked and woah, a … Continue reading Solutions or plans? Maybe both, just an idea…
Dear readers, Investigative journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones hosted a panel at Hofstra University the third day of Black History month. Founder and curator of The 1619 Project, Hannah-Jones spoke to a crowd of high schoolers, college students, parents, instructors, and professors, … Continue reading 1619 instead of 1776: Nikole Hannah-Jones in building a legacy in American history
Dear readers, At the moment I’m pursuing my Bachelors of Arts (BA) in Journalism at Hofstra University. I’m minoring in Creative Writing and recently I’ve added Civic Engagement. Hofstra offers this latter minor, which can particularly helpful to aspiring Journalism, … Continue reading Civic Engagement: a minor with a major function
Dear readers, Remember the time I shared with you guys the ways I use social media, especially Twitter? Well, it seems incredible to even type these words, but Twitter did its magic and put me in touch with some wonderful … Continue reading Social media and networking: Nandi’s and Leah’s event at Kind Regards
Dear readers, Bojack Horseman has come to an end. Its last eight episodes were released January 31st. Is it the end of Bojack’s series, though? I wish it wasn’t, but I’m also relieved that this might the end of my … Continue reading Damn Bojack… but I love you!
Dear readers, The British Netflix show “Sex Education” has blessed its fans with a second season, continuing with the love stories of Otis, Eric, Maeve and their friends. “Sex Education” is not only about love, romanticism, or sex, as the … Continue reading What the art direction in season 2 of “Sex Education” tells you about millennials and their sexual freedom
Dear readers, The first month of 2020 is coming to an end. Many things happened, but somehow I managed to get all the information that I needed to get by seizing the day and making a solid use of social … Continue reading How can I use Twitter as a fashion journalist, creative, and curly flower?
Dear readers, When you get in the US in January or February, especially in New York, Miami, and LA, a lot of events are going on in the entertainment industry. New York Fashion Week is coming up, and Hollywood people … Continue reading The Grammys, the Grammys, the Grammys