Archive for February, 2016

  • Culture

    To Cheat, Maybe?

    To cheat, maybe? One of the moral lessons we learned in high school and maybe even some beginning college classes…

  • Thoughts

    Quick Thought on Kanye’s: The Life of Pablo

    Kanye has perfected all of his different styles of music, in his previous 6 albums and put all of that…

  • Philosophy

    The Apology, Crito, and Phaedo

    Why I think it’s important: Today  is the day that Socrates was condemned to death by the Athenian courts, in…

  • Short Story

    Manifestations

    “Turned on Spotify” The exams are coming, there is havoc on the news of racism and police brutality springs into…

  • Non-Fiction

    Foucault and Heidegger

    Two of the most influential philosophers in the 20th century are Heidegger and Foucault. Foucault offers us a genealogical account…

  • Non-Fiction

    On Home

    I had a conversation with my bro Andre a few days ago, about the concept of home. Ever since my…

  • Culture

    Chinese cuisine labeled as “comfort food”.

    It’s difficult to make Chinese food appreciable in this country, possibly due to the transformation of this food into a…

  • Philosophical

    hand writing, scratches.

    handwriting notes are so intimate. they are so deliberate, in today’s day and age. you can see each marking, each…

  • Short Story

    Little Rowlings

    Nothing was perfect for her, at a very young age, she would read books and books all day and night.…

  • Non-Fiction

    Constant Recollections

    2 am the time of recollection, the time that every movement I make seems to be a reach for the…