• Emmy commented on the post, Cover 1 week, 5 days ago

    I find it interesting how you don’t believe autobiographies paint a true picture of a person. In a sense I guess you’re right! A writer can cherry-pick through all the fact of their lives to find the ones they would like to be know by. This makes me curious, how effective do you believe your short autobiography is or did you knowingly leave out…[Read more]

  • I think you put some really good points across, though I would make sure to quickly read over what you submit because you said, “so, is healthy food really more expensive than healthy foods?” and I totally get what you meant to say but I think the added clarity of proof reading would make your points shine even more. I’m also curious if you think…[Read more]

  • This first article was written by Nicholas Stephanopoulos in his efforts to address the voting crisis in America. Though more and more people become eligible to vote every year our voter turnout is the lowest

  • I found this to be a very interesting idea and a concept that definitely rings true in this day and age. So much of status is equated with wealth so it’s no surprise people want to accumulate more items that make them feel ‘important’ at least until they look at their bank statements haha! I’m curious if you yourself live a minimalistic life or if…[Read more]

  • That’s great how you have worked up the ladder in journalism! I also find my self in a manic episode of creativity… starting something and then not being able to stop haha! Except, my passion is painting rather than writing, I find it gives me a good outlet when I am spiraling down the tunnel of existentialism. It sounds like journalism gives…[Read more]

  • I’m interested in my Generation, gen z, and how we form relationships considering we are the first generation to grow up with smartphones and social media from childhood. Generation Z is loosely identified as t

    • As a member of Gen Z myself I too wonder about how our solely unique upbringing will affect us as a generation in the future. Since smartphones have really only been around for fifteen years we really can’t have any idea about the long term effects of them on developing brains. One thing I know for sure though is that it doesn’t make me personally more lonely it’s more a tool of connecting with other people, albeit not a way that other generations are used to.

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