Zero Waste (EP01): The Dung Crisis

Ding-dong! A pile of DUNG has arrived in your backyard. Imagine a hill of human manure piling up in your backyard. You just flushed your smelly poop down the toilet, but proud products of bowel movements made by your neighbor and even

Sunset on Sophomore

Amethyst.   You exercise patience, forgiveness, and acceptance. You often think to yourself: “There are times when I’m an ambitious warrior blazing my own path, defying destiny’s claws to the last. But during times like today, I’m just alive.” Today started out fine.

Ugly Album Covers, Good Songs 1

A saying I’ve heard throughout my life is that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. This might be true in some cases, but I think there exist others where this phrase actually doesn’t apply.  Sometimes, things are objectively ugly, and

Towards a More Caring and Emotional World

Blossoming flowers and radiant sunshine hint at the arrival of April, the month of awakening nature and the end of an academic year. Sprouts poke their heads out all around us, but so do assignments; bees fly across our path, but so

Running the Virginia Beach Marathon

There is an indescribable magic that lingers in the air at the starting line of a marathon. Hearts pound in anticipation, and minds buzz with a mix of excitement and trepidation. This was the profound sensation that enveloped me as I stood

The Swarthmore Sandwich Scandal

If you ask someone to define a sandwich, odds are they are going to say something along the lines of “two slices of bread with some sort of filling in between.” Oh, you can debate endlessly over the gray areas — is