Keeping Myself Warm

The autumn leaves have fallen, and the trees surrounding my campus are feeling empty and bare. The difference in weather has become drastic and has slowly been affecting me. Despite my love for winter sports, living life in the cold isn't easy, and it makes me miss the warmness from summer hikes (photo above is …

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MM: October 2017

It's been a long month y'all. The days are getting shorter, and every day is packed with meetings, studying, and squeezed in packets of fun. I hope October treated everyone well, and that they got a chance to create sweet memories for the month! As always, here's another round of Monthly Media. 1. Harry Potter and the …

MM: September 2017

Delayed post, but better later than never! September has been a wild month, filled with moving back to campus, meetings, and meeting new faces. I hope to reflect on back-to-campus life in an upcoming post. Meanwhile, here's what's been on my media radar for the past month. 1. Book: Woman: An Intimate Geography by Natalie Angier Being …

MM: July 2017

This month was filled with ups-and-downs. I took my part-time job to a full-time standard, and kept up with summer classes (somewhat). It's been eventful, from catching up with high school friends, to remembering what summer break actually meant. Emphasis on the word, "break". Through this month, I learned to appreciate my alone time, where …

Pet Peeves

Humans are odd creatures - we are a collaborative species that require each other, but simultaneously find little things that trigger disliking in one another. When I was younger, I would call out people when they did stuff that bugged me, but with time, I've gained the "maturity" and "politeness" to keep my mouth shut. …