A swirling blackhole opened up in the middle of my chest sucking me into a dark bliss that took me off of planet Earth and into a timeless time. It was fast and the vacuum it had for my sanity was quick, it was as if it just roared and longed for me to join… Continue reading Essay: A Midnight Contemplation About Blackholes
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While some prefer to toss the term “feminism” around as a catch all phrase it can be offensive to those who understand the reasoning behind the creation of the term “womanism.” Womanism: Coined by Alice Walker to include those who are African American that are in the fight for women’s right, it isn’t a sort of… Continue reading Race and “Feminism”
Hi all, I recognize a lot of familiar faces in the room but before I begin allow me to introduce myself. My name is Sierra Ayonnie Dunlap, I’m a senior graduating in December with a degree in Interdisciplinary Studies, my focus areas are Creative Writing & Minority Studies, my double minors are Writing & Italian… Continue reading Speech: Slow and Steady Wins The Race
While taking a journey on this thing that we call life we often meet people along the way that help to make different impacts on our hearts, minds, and souls. These people have things to teach us, are unique in where they come from, and change from time to time depending on life’s situations, contexts,… Continue reading Friends