Written in three different perspectives such as in love, heart broken, and seeking vengeance. ContentFingers scramble, eyes slightly squint Invested he was in his same old videogames Consisting of fighting, monsters, and magic.Fantasy or comedy Those are his preferences. Hours could pass by Before he temporarily bores Onto the next thing Is it Netflix, food or his amore? She wastes no time in crawling over to […]Read More Creative Writing: Valentine’s Poems
6:30am The phone alarm goes off three times on the black one drawer nightstand before a hand clamps over it. A thumb slides in the right direction, silencing the obnoxious ring. If it weren’t for her jitters, the tainted dark room from the lack of sun would’ve kept her laying still. Oh how she missed […]Read More Creative Writing: Mountain
During my first year of college, I mentally made a list of wishes and goals I had in my head (similar to 11:11 wishes) about what I wanted in the New Year. Looking back on it, most of my wishes leaned toward fantasy. Midway through college was when I started taking new years resolutions seriously […]Read More Thank U, Next 2018
Cue Paramore’s ”Ain’t It Fun” In college, we were told to appreciate the time we had now because the real world would be the biggest, coldest slap to the face. College is supposed to provide baby steps for us as we take courses and internships related to the field we majored in and hope to […]Read More 5 Things We Encounter During First Year Post-Grad
Amber Lynn “Amberella” is a Philadelphian street artist that designs hearts and places them around the city. The hearts are romantic, heartbreaking, empowering and they add more than just capturing that perfect Instagram picture. According to her bio on her website, the hearts stem from her personal past and present experiences that are supposed to […]Read More Introducing Amberella: The Philly Artist All Over Instagram
As expected, the post-graduation feels suddenly appeared and like a giant wave, they knocked me down. My friends who graduated prior to me warned me of the watershed approaching. They told me it could hit shortly after graduation or it could take a few weeks for me to fully process the reality that I’m no […]Read More I graduated: Now what?
In October, my mom put together and booked a family trip to spend about two weeks in Italy. It was our second time traveling outside the US but our first time in Europe. It was time for us to get a better taste of our culture. Growing up in an American-Italian lifestyle, I knew and […]Read More Thank you, Italy!