How often do you read a collection of essays? For me, not very often. Well, except for the usual school assignments, which are bound to contain an essay or two. Over the past two weeks or so, I have been reading Bad Feminist and it is great! Bad Feminist was written by Roxane Gay and is a collection … More Book Review: “Bad Feminist: Essays,” by Roxane Gay
Reading with a warm cup of coffee, a good book, and a delicious breakfast is my favorite way to wake up. In fact, that’s exactly what I did this morning:
The term is over, meaning it’s officially summer, and guess what? The first day started off with a bang! Today, there was a vegan potluck for those who were apart of the Vegan/Vegetarian Aggies group. There was loads of yummy dishes: tofu scramble, french toast casserole, cinnamon rolls, chocolate banana muffins, fruit platter with Daiya … More Recipe Time! Vegan Blueberry Muffins
Virginie Despentes is probably most widely known for her controversial novel (and film) Baise-Moi (translation: Rape Me), a revenge story. She also wrote the novel King Kong Theory. Now, for her third book: Apocalypse Baby. Published by the Feminist Press at CUNY, this novel first came out on April 14th of this year. As a fictional mystery novel, … More Book Review: Apocalypse Baby by Virginie Despententes
Waking up slowly, without an alarm. As I hear my partner and companion,
“I’m Woody. Howdy, howdy, howdy!” Oh wait, this isn’t Toy Story? Oh right, they say that at A&M, too. I almost forgot (except not). No student (or visitor, for that matter) could ever forget that “howdy” is the go-to greeting on-campus. In other, totally related news, let’s talk about food–smoothies!
Good morning, good morning! It is a nice and cool morning. I have the balcony door open and Spotify playing while the smell of coffee and pancakes still linger in the air. This week is the end of classes and the beginning of finals, so today is my day to both relax and get myself … More Finals Are Coming!