I’m taking my first-ever summer class. One of the many things I didn’t expect? Having to make videos of myself talking about the content for all 5 weeks.Continue reading “Multicultural Psychology I”
I’m happy to present this review written by guest writer Afrika Hunt!
by Afrika Hunt
There comes a time when us humans need to play chess; whether we would like to or not, we must play to win or else we will forfeit the ownership of our destiny. Brazilian-born, Yu Kamiya, Japanese novelist wrote a series called “No Game, No Life” about the destiny of a world that is passively ruled by a true neutral god, by means of nonviolent games– Tet. His strategy on governing this special world is by means of ten pledges, and if the inhabitants of this planet do not follow every pledge, then the consequences are severe for that entire race. There are 16 races who each own their race piece and these race pieces are literal ownership of a race. These pieces are in the form of a spiritual chess piece. Whomever owns the piece controls the destiny of that race but let us dig deeper about into these pledges.Continue reading “Anime Review: “No Game No Life” Season 1″
Well, well, well. Looks like cancel culture is hitting harder than ever in light of current events. Everyday on Twitter, another celebrity or “public figure” falls victim to #cancelculture or #ThisPersonisOverParty.
Cancel culture is mainly a hot trend on Twitter exposing and shaming people for . . . basically anything. The target ranges from famous people to influencers to businesses and corporations.Continue reading “Cancel Culture”
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Freebird is a nice, mostly lighthearted read for everyone. The poems are short and not overly complicated, which can be refreshing in these times of uncertainty. In other words, it’s a good quarantine read.
Freebird is divided into six parts: life, time, humanity, relationships, mind, and self-love. Some poems have a universal message, but most feel like a glimpse into the writer’s mind and life. Poems like that of “Existence” exemplify the universal feeling of tiredness. On the other hand, poems like “Fog” have that air of childhood nostalgia, a yearning for simpler times.
I don’t usually read books of poetry, but I chose this one for a change in my reading diet and am glad I did. The pages themselves are pleasant surprises with their doodles and sketches as visuals for the topic in each poem. The doodles range from cute to fun to silly to sometimes serious, adding to the overall entertainment aspect of the book.
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Originally a JOUR 3321 assignement. March 2020.
I’m a sucker for the romance genre, so I knew this movie would be a hit with me. A friend even recommended it as a movie she would see again, but aside from her, nobody in my social circles was talking about “The Photograph.”Continue reading ““The Photograph” Movie Review”
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As soon as I hear that verse(x4) along with that summery-riff, I hit skip on whatever Spotify playlist or radio it pops up on.Continue reading “When Someone Ruins a Song”
Really Molly and Issa??? Y’all can’t be beefing like this! Y’alI are ride or die friendssss! I really hate seeing their friendship crumble like this, after 3 seasons.Continue reading “RVW Partial Review of Insecure S4”