9 Things I Learned from My Solo Spring Break
The Sunday night before spring break, after an Instagram direct message from my friend in Tallahassee, I decided to upend my plans to return home to wintery New Hampshire and instead travel south to sunny Florida.
The Essence of Time
After watching the Oscar-winning movie Everything, Everywhere, All at Once, I was intrigued by how the characters were able to jump through dimensions and experience different realities based on the choices they made.
I was driving home on an autumn evening
Accidentally on a backroad route
John Mellencamp on the radio station – I’ve always loved the oldies –
To the Kids Who Wore School Uniforms: What Happened When You Came to College?
Let’s start with a story. The routine was like clockwork. My La La Land “City of Stars'' themed alarm would blare at 6:30am.
As the leaves change color – gently falling in the late summer breeze, clinging to the humid days of August – and classes start to begin again, I’ve come back to UVA this year intending to make Charlottesville my own.
Here is What I Did
Here is what I did when I first got here: I meticulously cleaned my apartment.
When Labor and Love Meet
I’ve met both sisters of Persphone
one so unlike the other.
My Love Letter to Charlottesville
I sometimes wonder if I have pockets full of invisible nickels that try to ground me on the days I don’t know what I’m doing.
My Relationship with Infinity
Let me contemplate my relationship with infinity.
Going with Your Flow: A Q&A with Amber Peake, President of PERIOD @ UVA
Nationally, PERIOD is an organization that fights period poverty and stigma through pillars of education and service and advocacy...