When Presidential Candidates Prey On Fears We Must Remain Calm

Imagine a group of young adults holed up in a cabin surrounded by acres of dark and entangled trees where unknown horrors seem to lurk. Out of fear, the inhabitants of the tiny cabin turn on the lights sending yellow streams across a dreary field of grass that are eventually silenced at the edge of... Read more »

An Unexpected Friendship

Last week something really beautiful happened to me and I have been meaning to write about it for awhile. Sadly, though, finals week has been keeping me busy poring over lamp lit textbooks and typing away until the early hours of the morning. But, this is one of those moments that I feel is important... Read more »

Mass Shootings and the Search for Answers

As I lay in my tiny apartment bedroom yesterday, curled up in a blanket, trying to squeeze a nap into an otherwise hectic day, my i-phone screen lit up with: “Breaking:  Reports up to 12 dead, 20 wounded in California shooting.” Suddenly I felt claustrophobic and all my emotions could not fit inside the small space I... Read more »
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