Doing Good [read: being on Good St.]

Doing a shout-out to a pretty cool organization that Tiffany is part of as their Marketing/Graphics Director! {I know, she’s on to big fancy things.} She gets to relive our yearbook days by putting her graphic design skills to work (work work work work) for Good St. – turning ‘small change into big change.’ I […]

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[RGC 290.] The Sonnets by William Shakespeare

[read: unrequited, messed up love at its finest] Enter Renaissance poetry. Pronounce it ‘Ren-aye-ssance’ just to be more annoying. We’ve been reading some great people for my Brit Lit class, but I was excited to hang with my man Shakespeare for a bit by reading his sonnets. Of course, y’all know some of them. Something […]

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[RGC 8.] The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank

[read: if you haven’t read this yet, this is your #1 priority from all 339 on the list] » Must haves: peace and quiet. It’s a good book to read alone, sitting in a comfy chair with a cup of coffee. » Pairs well with: another reader to talk to. It’s a heavy book, and peer readings and […]

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Sweet Home Alabama [read: seven days in the South]

It’s a comfort song but it’s also a little racist. Kinda like Alabama itself. So, it’s a great introduction to my Alternative Spring Break in Selma, Alabama for seven days this past week because it brings light and challenges to real issues that exist in the South like Civil War & Civil Rights history. Alternatively, it’s also […]

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