Who, what, when, where, why, how. Those are the important questions, as I've been told. But it is only who as in who did what, and it is only when as in when did who do what. Where did who do what on that when? Why did who do what on that when where who did what and how did who … Continue reading Ask
The cold does not soothe. It only chills. It does not heal, rather, it numbs. It makes us feel better by not feeling anything at all. That's all I could think as I walked home, my tongue burned by the hot chai tea I was drinking, my bones numbed by the weather. Just a thought, … Continue reading Chai Tea
Today was supposed to be the first day of my second semester in college, but I'm not complaining. The university was closed due to imminent weather reports of sleet and possibly snow...but right now it's just cold drizzle. Consequently, I thought I'd take my day off to get in the mindset of the several months … Continue reading A Snow Day?
Most college students have the problem of not getting enough sleep. Sometimes my roommate will come home from studying at 3AM, take a 1-2 hour nap and wake up to continue to work. How she does it is beyond me. I have the exact opposite problem. I have slipped into and off and on coma, … Continue reading I want A’s not Z’s
Save your money because your rainy day might be today. You have to pursue the friendships you want to keep. You can pursue the career that you want. Nothing is impossible. Find time for fun in stressful situations. A positive mindset is the best fuel to keep you going. Don't assume anything. We need clarity … Continue reading What I Learned This Week 11/6-10
"Sabrina LeBoeuf, first-year journalism student- In such a competitive field, how do you differentiate yourself as a reporter?" This was the question I yelled in my shaking voice from the back row of the auditorium. I knew I sounded shaky because I was actually shaking. Also, my friend Samantha told me so. But it doesn't … Continue reading The future sat before me
As of late I have been paralyzed by my sheer laziness, and I am finally beginning to feel and understand the repercussions of my inaction. In my first semester of college, I was strapped down into a roller coaster I didn't know existed. Even had I known it could have been a possibility, there is … Continue reading Along for a ride
I've always had trouble writing when I don't have to do it. There is always the underlying fear that my writing will never be good enough. So consequently my lyrics, short stories and poetry are hidden in a folder inside of a binder on the top shelf of my closet. Unfortunately, I love to write, and … Continue reading I guess this is how I’ll start…