So Long and Goodnight – a Dead-it

I’ve put off writing this for quite some time. Maybe it’s because the pandemic stole my
motivation to write. Maybe it’s because I can’t figure out what to say. Partially it’s because I’m
lazy. But I know that mostly it’s because it’s hard to say good-bye to one of the most positive
experiences of my undergraduate education.

TikTok on the clock, but the party don’t stop

Hi, my name is Katelynn Browne, I’m 20 years old and I’m addicted to TikTok. TikTok, if you don’t know (or if you’re not hip with the kids like I am) is an app where users post videos of themselves lip syncing various songs or audio clips. In November of 2017, TikTok absorbed its competitor, Musical.ly. Like any other social media platform, you can scroll through content, drop likes, comments, follow other users etc.

Isle Of Dogs Is A Spectacular Commentary on Mass-Hysteria

From the stunning stop-animation to his dynamic characters, Wes Anderson has truly outdone himself yet again, in his latest film, Isle of Dogs. As a huge fan of Wes Anderson’s work, as well as a huge lover of dogs, I was super excited when I saw the preview for this filmwhen I went to see Black Panther (which, of course, was also brilliant.) And, I’m happy to say, my expectations were certainly met and perhaps were even exceeded.

Woes of a Budding Intern

Back in December, I began the extremely taxing process of writing a resume, and started my search for a summer internship. Unbeknownst to me, I set my hopes too high because I really hoped that I would land a paid internship – knowing to a degree that it was unlikely, but I didn’t realize how difficult it is to even get an internship, period.
As someone who has been working a paid job since the age of 15, I had learned from an early age that I deserve to get paid for the work that I do.