Last weekend, what started out as planned protests against the removal of a confederate memorial and opposing counter-protest devolved into…
International Women’s Day was celebrated for the first time on 19 March, 1911 after an all-women conference with 100 representatives…
It was February, two months into my dissertation semester, and I was already over a month behind on my work.…
In true disheveled-journalist fashion, rediscovering a brief blurb I wrote while traveling last year.
A photo essay describing the different sights of Croatia’s 2nd-largest city, Split, and the nearby island of Šolta.
Živeli: Croatian or Serbian meaning something like ‘live long’ or ‘let’s live’, used for ‘cheers’.
Back from an unintentional hiatus of hibernation, here is a brief bit of writing I on a bus.
On a scale from 1-7, how religious are you?
Winter holiday en brief.
While touring in Tunis for the day, I stumbled upon a demonstration outside the Ministry of the Interior.