Practical Tips to Score a Summer Job

Summer is the opportune time to save money for college and university students. Not only are students, like myself, most likely NOT paying tuition or hefty textbook fees, we are suddenly bestowed an unwonted lot of free time. Undoubtedly, it is totally up to each individual how he/she spends this free time, but for many it is in our best interest to get a job. … Continue reading Practical Tips to Score a Summer Job

5 Podcasts to Spice Up Your Commute

Accessible and widely variant, many podcasts live up to notoriety. Through the Podcast app, anyone can listen to any of the podcasts listed below with no financial burden, but all the benefits that only returning to a series featuring fabulous hosts coupled with biting subject matter, time and time again, can offer. Here are five very different podcasts that brought (or continue to bring) intrigue … Continue reading 5 Podcasts to Spice Up Your Commute

Anomalisa & a Reflection on Student Detachment

Like other Charlie Kaufman films, Anomalisa unsettles its viewers with a surreal environment that rapidly becomes indistinguishable from its questionably sane characters. Anomalisa analyses problems rooted in pathology versus society, and whether there is truly a clear distinction. Is the surreal uniformity in which Anomalisa is anchored a mere disordered mental perspective of its protagonist, Michael Stone? Or is Michael Stone’s insanity derived from his … Continue reading Anomalisa & a Reflection on Student Detachment

3 Reasons Why You Should Consider Community College

It’s 2013. I’m 17 and I have a microcrush on Hayden Christensen. I know one thing for sure: community colleges are not for me. It’s 2017. I’m 21. I have an A.A. in Liberal Arts from a community college. I attended university only to transfer back to a community college to pursue a second Associate’s degree. My younger, less acquainted self, is faint. But, Experienced … Continue reading 3 Reasons Why You Should Consider Community College