Originally written in May 2017 as a final assignment for Interpretive and Editorial Writing.
Hockey players are known as the toughest athletes compared to ones of other sports, because of the toothless, bloody image they perpetuate and the injuries they play through. Fan culture, and even the culture in locker rooms, praise this, calling it “hockey tough.” Continue reading ““Hockey Tough” Is Just Regular Stupid”
Originally written in April 2017 as an in-class assignment.
A college education is pretty valuable, despite the high and rising costs of attendance. The Department of Education reports that people who receive bachelor’s degrees typically earn sixty-six percent more than those who only obtain high school diplomas. Continue reading “I Want My College To Teach Me…”
Originally published April 25 via The Charger Bulletin.
Call me pretentious, but I have no issue with spending more money than is necessary for good coffee. Continue reading “I Don’t Mind Paying Extra For Premium Coffee”
Originally published March 2 via The Charger Bulletin.
When I look back now, I find it kind of funny how quick I was to disregard the advice of people older than me.
It was all “don’t talk to strangers, Angela,” and “personal information shouldn’t go on the internet.”
Continue reading “My Internet Friendships Are Valid, Too”
Originally published January 27 via The Charger Bulletin.
Imagine this: You’re watching your favorite hockey team play, and they’re playing a team that’s only a little bit better than them. The stakes? A playoff spot.
Continue reading “Are Shootouts On The Way Out?”