Winter break has finally ended, and a new semester starts again. Whether you’re a new, returning, or study abroad student at Richmond, you’re probably getting used to waking up before noon, arriving to class (somewhat) on time, and adjusting to … Continue reading Editor’s Letter: Thank You, Richmond Free Press
I am the easiest person to startle. I will jump a mile at simple occurrences, like when a person taps my shoulder to get my attention, or when someone appears from behind the corner on my walk to Asa Briggs. … Continue reading The “scary” films to watch that aren’t all that scary
Introvert (n.) — a person who tends to shrink from social contacts and become preoccupied with their own thoughts.
One important thing to remember about defining the word “introvert” — it does not mean shy.
The term tends to have this stigma attached because of an introvert’s quiet and solitaire nature but in reality, it defines the person who “turns inward mentally” — preoccupied with their own thoughts and energized by spending time alone. Continue reading “The Introvert’s Manual: A Guide & Rulebook”
Since he began his writing career, John Green has specialized in the young adult (YA) genre, but with complex themes and telling stories, his novels can easily relate to any reader of any age.
Following the success of his most popular book Fault in Our Stars in 2012, readers everywhere have anticipated the release of his next book. Fans will not have to wait much longer, however. Over the summer, John Green announced that his new novel, Turtles All the Way Down, will be available on Oct. 10. Continue reading “Every John Green book ranked from great to best”
I’ll be honest; I am beginning to lose faith in Netflix originals.
Netflix has produced amazing content that has been renown throughout the world. Series like Stranger Things, Riverdale, Orange is the New Black, and 13 Reasons Why have contributed to Netflix’s mass popularity and continued success. Continue reading “American Vandal Review: Outrageous Humor, Alluring Story”
Warning: This review may contain plot spoilers. Me Before You, based on best-selling novel by Jojo Moyes, tells a story of a quirky girl named Louisa Clark. Once a waitress at The Buttered Bun cafe, she is forced to find … Continue reading Me Before You: a Heartbreaking Disappointment
Four countries, nine cities, twelve houses. This is only a rough breakdown of the lifestyle I had for the past twenty years but there is no number that can account for the endless boxes, hours of travel, and heartbreaking goodbyes … Continue reading Where I’m From: When I’m Actually Not From Anywhere
The chills of autumn have long overshadowed the summer days, which are now shorter as the nights grow longer. Why not brighten up a dark autumn’s night with a Festival of Lights? The opportunity arrises Sunday, Oct. 16 with London’s … Continue reading Diwali Festival 2016 in Trafalgar Square