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From a sociological perspective, television shows and films communicate to society how we perceive those around us. Audiences watch and observe caricatures of people they recognize in their own lives. Whether it is the soccer mom, the jerk boss, or the band geeks, the characters that are displayed within the media is a direct reflection … Continue reading How We See Cheerleaders
Recently, as I was scrolling through my never ending Facebook feed, I was becoming more and more impatient with the lack of interesting content. The worst post nowadays are these "emotional intrigue" headlines. I fall for them all the time and they just end up being irrelevant to what I wanted to actually read. What … Continue reading Oh the Irony! This Article is Too Sassy!
I’m gonna be honest Writing isn’t my thing Coming to class is hard Literally, every paper I wing I’m trying out a poem Because it’s kind of new But if I’m going to be honest again I’ve written very few I have trouble going to class Don’t take it personal Writing is okay … Continue reading For Those Who Don’t Like Writing Class
The University of Massachusetts Amherst has a huge campus. There are buildings from a hundred years ago, to the most modern and sustainable buildings that can be built today. Between all those buildings, there are little crevices that anyone can discover and adopt as their own. Whether it is the large community that sits on … Continue reading My Happy Place
The world will remember the Sony hack throughout history. The company took a risk communicating an important message through the worldwide medium of film. The risk was messing with one the most unpredictable, totalitarian, and dangerous countries in the world. Not only did this risk affect the entire world in one way or another, but … Continue reading When Entertainment Media Almost Saved the Day
The alarm goes off Oh I'll get it but wait My attention is elsewhere A chore, it is To take everyday It's important, I know but annoying too So little and round The tin foil crinkles Packaged individually With seven names A future predicted One way or another Oh little pill How large you actually … Continue reading Little Pill