Actually, it’s called “How to Draw a Nekkid Man”. It’s about a woman who doesn’t know what to do with her life. She takes an art class. This is how […]
Challenging the idea of the “Melting Pot” as “multiculturalism” is introduced, challenging the Euro-centric way of life in America I told you that 1968 was a huge turning point in […]
Civil Rights Movement B rave Brown v. Board of Education, 1954 M artin Montgomery Bus Boycott, 1955 L eads Little Rock Crisis, 1957 G reen Greensboro sit-in, 1960 F reedom […]
The Beats and the Restless Youth Beatniks—young artists who critiqued the bureaucracy the most -grew out of the boundless prosperity of the middle class and decreasing restraint, but hindered by […]
” Friendship is born at that moment when one person says to another: “What! You too? I thought I was the only one.”— C.S.Lewis “ Really? High five!
It has recently come to my attention that some of you PRISM boys have received an anonymous e-mail with several documents advising you about how to treat a girl. It […]
In the week before winter break (yay for Americans being PC!), I have several tests, the most important being APUSH, since I’ve obviously not been able to admit that I […]
Holy shit–APUSH–the pain–it never ends. Literally. Four day weekend, y’all, and I’m stuck at home on a Monday powering through 30 pages of AP United States History notes with a […]
How was your weekend? Mine was fabulous. I had a BYSO retreat and placed in fourth chair because I had no hope in actually getting to the top two unless Amanda […]
I know this feeling all too well. And it’s only been about three weeks. Whoops. New School Year. via New School Year.