What's your vision for 2018? A great way to create a visual plan is to make a vision board that will remind you of your goals all year. Check out my vision board for some inspiration!Read More
*Answers all the questions about my study abroad experience in one post, narrated by Daria*Read More
We’ve seen the quintessential teacher crush scene play out on TV so many times: girl-giggles over the attractive history teacher who is * just * young enough to be a teacher but not old enough to be creepy (sort of). Sometimes, television takes it a bit too farRead More
Feminist. A word that is heard so frequently in our generation but whose complex meaning is constantly debated and redefined. When some hear feminist they might think of the "angry, radical woman" bearing protest signs and pushing an anti-male agenda. Honestly, the definition of feminism is a lot simpler than you think.Read More
Shilo Shiv Suleman is an artist with an eye for creativity and a mind ready for revolution. You might not be an artist or an activist...but everyone can appreciate a little magic.Read More
"I think that A Seat at the Table for me is an invitation to allow folks to pull up a chair, get very close and have these hard uncomfortable truths be shared. It’s not going to be pretty, it’s not going to be fun, you may not get to dance to it, you’re not going to breathe easily through it, but that is the state of the times that we’re in right now. It’s my invitation to actually open up those doors and to have that voice, get messy and lay out my truths and stand firm in them." -Solange, 2016
Japanese illustrator based in NYC
His art style reflects his Deep South Japanese roots and the influence of a modern art education from Savannah College of Art and Design. While his work is reminiscent of the delicate and detailed style of ancient Asian art, he illustrates contemporary personal pieces, social commentary, and portraits.
Today marks what would have been the 33rd birthday of the one and only Amy Winehouse. The artist's music was an eclectic blend of jazz, soul, and R&B that combined with her raw, honest lyrics to create music that would resonate within the hearts of anyone who heard it. While the world lost Amy 5 years ago, her strength and her story live on through her music.
The first book to be checked-in to Leizey's Library is this work of poetry by Malanda Jean-Claude. As one of my favorite poets, Malanda Jean-Claude's first book, Because of A Woman, was definitely an investment worth making. Even if you can't relate to his story of lost love (though you probably can), you will feel every emotion that pours off the pages...
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Mourning a legend. On April 21st, 2016, the musical artist Prince died in his famous Paisley Park compound. The world is honoring Prince with a celebration of his life, truly fitting for the death of such an eclectic, inspiring, and unique figure. Here are four things that we can learn from the life of Prince Rogers Nelson