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All She Wants

She never believed in fairy tales.

She finds solace in the darkness and enjoys the rain more than the sun.

She likes to live a little dangerously and believes love can be both natural and learned. 196 more words


Stats I'll Show You Mine If You Show Me Yours

I love stats. It’s already been properly established that I am essentially the personification of cool, so naturally statistical analysis and data mining are my jam. 2,331 more words


How Chronic Illness Ruins Your Motivation (and what to do about it)

If you’ve been ill for any period of time, you know that it’s more difficult to do things you need to do or even enjoy. Usually, when you get better, your energy and motivation levels improve also. 866 more words

Personal Development

Six Stages of the UST Electoral Grief


Who could imagine a student council with only two elected officers?

Answer: UST students. The 2017 UST Central Student Council election results have been  a controversial topic inside and outside the university last April. 533 more words


Notes from a So-Called Shithole Country

At the Fulbright orientation last May, there was a strange undercurrent. There were hundreds of teachers and researchers, all of us going to one country or another in Africa. 2,437 more words


Dolores O'Riordan

I wanted to say a few words about Dolores and The Cranberries.

I remember when I first listened to No Need to Argue when I was around 15. 80 more words


To the Lighthouse: Modernism and Allusions

1/ Inter-textuality

The central image of Mrs. Ramsay reading to James “The Fisherman and his Wife” and its eternalized sublimation into the subject of Lily’s painting imply that the tale is significant to the understanding of the novel. 1,524 more words