Second article of the week, and this one’s a little more serious than the one about pens. Consider the following: insulting the bodies of teen celebrities and accusing them of being anorexic in the name of “comedy” is not only in bad taste, but does little to nothing to help the self-esteem of other girls. Catch it at The Odyssey.
Obviously, office supplies are a subject near and dear to my heart. One of my three articles this week for The Odyssey is about what pens you should be using if you haven’t given them a try already. You can read it here.
Since I’m human, there are certain things I like and certain things I don’t like. One of the things I do like is the presence of free books on my college campus, because despite having a fondness for nice things, I am also painfully cheap.
I’m getting better at writing more.
If I were to add anything, it would be “not to join cults” and “never leave middle school-aged boys alone on an island.” In any case, here are a few of the things that books have taught me over the years.
I wrote two articles this week: This one is about a student-walkout over proposed budget cuts. It’s something pretty important, so if you like it or are from Boston or you care about students demanding their right to education, you should share it.
Let me preface this by saying I don’t usually start talking about a book (or writing about it, rather) until I’ve finished it.