When I went to The University of North Carolina at Pembroke, I intended to study English because I wanted to become an author one day. My intent changed immediately when I came to my first undergraduate orientation and listened to someone in the English Department convince everyone that they could fail. In my opinion, if you want someone to study within your department, be more … Continue reading Discussion on Black Media and the Future
“Girl you better werq!” Girl, I’m trying. This week has been great so far with me trying to prepare for grad school, keeping up with my blog and starting my night podcasts. Grad school has been tough because the COVID-19 crisis put everything on the back burner. Which is hard for me because I’m new to how graduate school even works. I found out like … Continue reading Werqin’ Girl and Learning About Impostor Syndrome
I’m proud to say as of May 8 at 9 a.m., I am now a graduate of The University of North Carolina at Pembroke. This blog post would’ve been filled with pictures for my graduation but because of COVID-19, there weren’t that many places opened for me to get dolled up for my pictures. That’s okay though because as long as we’re helping to not … Continue reading The Finish Line
As we enter the new year and the start of a new decade, I hope we all learned more than we ever had these couple of years. Especially bringing back the glory of common sense. I believe this new year needs to be taken a lot more seriously than the other past ones. In my opinion, the past years either fell flat or had some … Continue reading O’s-pinion: Locked and Loaded for This Year?