Does My Voice Need a Color? Platforms and Safe Spaces

By: Brandon Marquis

Times have changed for those who voice their opinion to the public. The internet is readily available to everyone and it is waiting for us to post our thoughts—in one hundred and forty characters or less. It’s a privilege to have access to a platform through which we can assert our world views. Regrettably, I… More Does My Voice Need a Color? Platforms and Safe Spaces By: Brandon Marquis

PATERSON: The Blue-Collar Poet and Writing with a ‘Day Job’

By: Nicholas DiBenedetto

Jim Jarmusch’s Paterson is Paterson in ways that I never realized something could be Paterson. The film’s star, Adam Driver, plays a bus driver and poet named Paterson, who lives in the city of Paterson, New Jersey, and whose favorite poet is William Carlos Williams (whose epic poem Paterson, is set in the same New… More PATERSON: The Blue-Collar Poet and Writing with a ‘Day Job’ By: Nicholas DiBenedetto

Ten Books I was Assigned to Read as an Undergrad that Actually Didn’t Suck

By: Amanda McCarthy

It happens every semester. You arrive on the first day of class, sit down, and pour over the list of assigned texts that you will need to trudge through over the coming months. You remember something your tenth grade English teacher said about the classics being important and every time a professor stands in front… More Ten Books I was Assigned to Read as an Undergrad that Actually Didn’t Suck By: Amanda McCarthy

Procrastinating? Look to the Visual Narrative

By: Benjamin Schultz

If there’s one thing college students know how to find on the Internet, it’s sequentially-conveyed stories that are just interesting enough to distract them from their coursework and just boring enough that they can leave and come back without missing anything. Here, I’d like to encourage a different approach to the visual narrative for your… More Procrastinating? Look to the Visual Narrative By: Benjamin Schultz

A Foray into Fantasy: Seven Must-Read Recommendations

By: Rebecca Hill

    The first book that I ever fell in love with was Dinosaurs at Dark, the first of the Magic Tree House series .  I remember sitting alone on the living room carpet at six years old when, suddenly, I realized I was reading a “real” book with no trouble.  There was something curious… More A Foray into Fantasy: Seven Must-Read Recommendations By: Rebecca Hill

10 Poems for Graduating Artists

By: Taylor Caron

  I often think that I am the only second semester senior with artistic ambitions who is realizing that the coming months may not perfectly correspond with my long-held fantasies as a post-graduate. Maybe all of you, loyal readers, are ecstatic to begin working with one of the four big publishing houses on your first… More 10 Poems for Graduating Artists By: Taylor Caron

Potato-Ball Days: Spring Cleaning and Rediscovering the Thrill of Pleasure

By: Nicholas DiBenedetto

“Put all your books on the floor.” Marie Kondo The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing Spring has finally woken up here in New England! Okay, maybe not quite yet, but I’m sure I heard him rustling around in his room. Honestly, I don’t know how he can sleep… More Potato-Ball Days: Spring Cleaning and Rediscovering the Thrill of Pleasure By: Nicholas DiBenedetto

Oh My Pod! Podcasts to Keep You Entertained Over Spring Break

By: Mairead Loschi

Spring Break is finally here and it couldn’t have come sooner. You’re probably off to an exotic location or maybe even your bed (both options sound pretty amazing right now). Midterms are over and this is your chance to relax and get away from all of that reading and studying. On those long flights to… More Oh My Pod! Podcasts to Keep You Entertained Over Spring Break By: Mairead Loschi