Dear readers, I hope you’re feeling good, but at the same time I wish you were a bit concerned with what’s going on in the world. With the excuse of the #BlackLivesMatter movement and the white guilt that it’s being … Continue reading How to give people answers that stand out
Dear readers, In order to be a dedicated journalist, your eyes must be attracted to everything and your ears should catch every beat of information that is around you. Sure, you can skim and choose what’s important for you to … Continue reading The breakfast of a journalist, an aspiring journalist
Dear readers, Seniorities is a thing and probably post-graduation anxiety are on the horizon. I shouldn’t be so cynical while I’m approaching to my college diploma, but I wouldn’t be honest if I would simply say that I’m doing fine. … Continue reading #StoryTellingAsResistance: How does the English language reflect its speakers’ culture?
Dear readers, How’s everyone doing? I’ve been slightly MIA lately due to work and mental health. This COVID-19 quarantine is kicking my butt, as is being a pain in that area for many of us as well. There’s being definitely … Continue reading The quarantine check: how you and others are dealing with COVID-19
A couple of days ago, while I was checking my e-mail, I found an article called “Starting Your Day On The Internet Is Damaging Your Brain” by Srinivas Rao. Captured by the title, I clicked on the link and started … Continue reading To be a daisy