April 16, 2013
Point: The Prescribed Perspective
Adderall taught me to see where I had room for improvement, and implanted within me a motivation to cultivate my potential on a grand scale.
Counterpoint: The Unprescribed Understanding
Adderall does not magically make someone study, but it helps them focus. Read more...
April 1, 2013
Point: Mind You, I’m Tenured
Basically, I’m not afraid of you, your parents, or the administration. If you disagree with me in class I will not hesitate to suplex you on my podium.
Counterpoint: Swift and Certain
March 26, 2013
Point: Concrete Tradition
Reading, turning pages, immersing in the story, experiencing the results of this statistical summary in the chains of physical time, as a text on paper, held in my hand – here, I experience a virtual, typographic landscape.
Counterpoint: Revolutionary and Ambiguous
The new electronic evolution of this communication allows a much more collaborative environment for the creation of the work Read more...
March 12, 2013
Never again will young people in Michigan have to choose between career-threatening infraction and life-threatening intoxication.
Flaws in the language reveal the law to be poorly crafted and rather insubstantial. Read more...
February 26, 2013
Point: Gone As We Know It
Hip-hop as it was once known is gone and irrelevant, but in its place has come countless subgeneres bearing the ancestral name.
Counterpoint: Speaking The Truth
Hip-hop is necessary, speaking truth to power in a world where dissident voices are not silenced, but simply ignored. Read more...
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Don’t worry about getting your shit together. Instead, worry about understanding who you are and what you want. You will have time to get internships and jobs (trust me, you’ll have some interesting ones throughout the years), but here are some things you won’t have much time for after college: Aimlessly sitting in the diag until the [...]
Summer/Fall 2013 Television Preview Following my preview of Summer Movies several weeks ago, in this post I’ll be highlighting some new and returning television shows coming this summer. While it’s true that the vast majority of shows go on hiatus for the summer leaving only droll reality television in their place, there are always at [...]
When I go through pictures of me as a child, I can’t help but notice one item I am holding in many of my pictures. Attached to a string, you will see in my hand a big, bright red balloon. And I’m not really sure why. When I was in fourth grade, my teacher told [...]
As an English major suffering from a serious case of senioritis, I barely have enough words left in my brain to finish my three final papers, much less write a cohesive Consider post that readers can get anything out of. Therefore, I’ll do the next best thing and leave you all with the 13 things I would [...]
Disclaimer: The following piece is an adapted essay written for a film class at the University of Michigan. It centers on the nature of violence in Quentin Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds. Be warned, there are spoilers. Director Quentin Tarantino’s films are synonymous with three overarching attributes: violence, violence, and more violence. And upon viewing the trailer [...]
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