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February 1st, 2016

Is Bernie Sanders the Real Deal

With the multitudinous social justice issues across the world, the presidential race for 2016 has been quite controversial. From Trump’s constant slandering remarks to Clinton’s e-mail fiasco, the race has certainly been compelling. So, is Bernie Sanders the real deal?

Moral Stability


Master of None is a Refreshing Take on Millennial Life

I’ve never had a condom break or, consequently, then stopped mid-coitus to google the sperm-possessing qualities of precum. Despite that, seeing that exact situation play out in the first five minutes of Aziz Ansari and Alan Yang’s new show, Master of None, felt incredibly true to life.


October 28th, 2015

Coffee Shop

Coffee shops always give me a sense of comfort. There’s something about the strong scent of fresh coffee brewing and the soft jazz background music that never fails to put me at ease.


Movie Review: Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials

Nothing excites me more than when a book series I loved as a young person becomes an über successful movie franchise a few years later, and for the Maze Runner series, that’s exactly what happened. That’s why I have to say, I was a little disappointed that the film version didn’t follow the book as closely as I would have liked. Don’t get me wrong — the movie itself was fantastic.


Dust Motes

I’ve never experienced boredom.
When I was little I had a habit of counting dust motes
until my vision crossed and the dust started blurring together.
I used to think counting stars would be more beneficial
but I could never see them where I lived. However,
dust is everywhere.

I was overwhelmed by the minutes I planned
to devote to counting the dust particles around me