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IMWAYR: Slaughterhouse-Five

It’s Monday, and I’m reading Kurt Vonnegut‘s Slaughterhouse-Five. Wow. I know that wasn’t a complete sentence, but I feel the word “wow” describes my experience with the book perfectly. 313 more words

CRW2100

Dear Intelligent Advice: Gap Year

Dear Adviser,

This is my senior year of high school and everyone expects me to start college next year but I don’t want to. I want to take a year to go off and see the world. 475 more words

Advice

The Drunk Dial: A Symbol of Love & Suppression Bubbled to the Surface

I couldn’t tell you the first time I drunk dialed someone. It wasn’t in high school, and it wasn’t in college. It was probably when I got a real job and needed to drink more heavily as a coping mechanism. 1,446 more words

Genna Rivieccio

Clocks and the Linearity of Time

Is time linear? Or is that only how we perceive it to be?

Time. There’s never enough, it seems. We’re always wasting it, it seems. But what if all time was happening all at once? 326 more words

Clocks

Give Me Yesterday

What a beautiful name for an exhibition. Or a terrible one tbh, up to you.

We have been craving to go back in time as if we would change what we have done. 194 more words

About "So it goes"

In my first year of Film and literary studies, I had to read Kurt Vonnegut’s novel Slaughterhouse-Five. Why? Well, because it was for a course on writing papers, and it’s really easy to write a paper about this book. 625 more words

Book Reviews

Favorite Films

My Favorite Films List (part 1)

   So many films to choose from, so many good pictures out there, I have seen a lot of movies and documentaries and even then, some films I won’t watch, mainly because of who is in them. 748 more words