This past Saturday, I went on an Alternative London Walking Tour, which showcased East London’s boundless creativity and outlined the history of the divide between East London and the City of London. East London has a vibrant culture — and, of course, vibrant streets — so there was no way we were going to miss […]
“A bomb just went off at the Boston Marathon,” my roommate said. I had been watching a TV show, and the rest of my roommates had also been on their computers, but Lauren happened to be watching her Twitter feed. From that point on, we were all glued to our feeds to find more information…
When I was sixteen, I wrote a letter to my future self. I posted it to my Livejournal, my online diary at the time. I remember writing it after my mother sat me down and told me that my cousin – then a junior in college – was having a baby. We were both scared.
As younger students pack their backpacks, older students pack their belongings, stuffing clothes in suitcases, toiletries in bins and office supplies in containers. Instead of boarding the school bus, waving to their parents from the windows, they travel to a place of four-story buildings and white cathedrals, kissing their parents goodbye and knowing that they […]
This is a guest post by Hillary of Chic en Chocolat, a good friend of mine at Wheaton. Enjoy! For most women in society today, complete body confidence is something that we aspire to have. We want to look in the mirror and love what we see. To look at ourselves, and to see absolutely […]
You don’t need anyone but yourself. In fact, you are the strongest part of yourself. The “youness” of you is just… mind-blowing. Seriously, stop what you’re doing. Close your eyes, and when you do, think about what you love about yourself. Make a list, in no particular order. Done? Okay. I don’t have to tell […]