Arts Journalism Master’s Program This past year I’ve been so blessed to receive such a fabulous education at the best journalism school in the country. Not only was I able to become a way better interviewer, reporter, and storyteller, but I also had the opportunity to travel around New York, see my first opera, attend the Toronto International Film Festival, watch Hamilton on Broadway (and many … Continue reading Syracuse University Graduation: Mastered It!
Disney displays equality and inclusion in the most beautiful way possible with Beauty and The Beast Last night I attended the premier of the new Beauty and The Beast remake with my mom and little sister. I was probably more excited than the nine-year-old was, seeing how I watched the movie on repeat as a child (as I’m sure most 90s babies have). I am happy … Continue reading Movie Review: Beauty and The Beast
Happy International Women’s Day! On top of it being Women’s History Month, there have been some amazing things happening in the world to promote women and equality. Nike is becoming more inclusive by now selling a plus size line, and a “Nike Pro Hijab.” There has also been a huge wave of mainstream media outlets creating more pro-feminism content. There are also tons of brands … Continue reading International Women’s Day: Why They Marched
Whether you spent Valentine’s Day alone, with your girls, or with your boo it’s always important to treat yo’ self at times. So, for this Valentine’s Day, I decided to do just that. I think it’s important to never feel bad for being single or spending some time alone. It’s so important to learn how to make yourself happy. Here are five ways that I … Continue reading 5 Ways To Treat Yo’ Self
Hamilton normalizes hip-hop culture for theatergoers There are many reasons why the Broadway show Hamilton has record-breaking ticket sales. One reason is that it’s amazing, but a less obvious reason is that it brings elements of urban lifestyle to an unlikely audience. The community of Broadway theatergoers for the 2015-16 season was predominantly white, college-educated, middle-aged women, according to The Broadway League. This is pretty … Continue reading Theater Review: Hamilton
Sophia Amoruso gives you Pinterest for your coffee table About two years ago, I reviewed Sophia Amoruso’s first book #GIRLBOSS and I loved it. Her second book, Nasty Galaxy, stays true to the unfiltered badass persona of Nasty Gal that us fellow girlbosses have come to love. However, it is a lot different than her first book… or any typical book for that matter. Nasty … Continue reading Book Review: Nasty Galaxy
Since I had such a busy winter break, I decided to not only get pictures of my adventures, but shoot some video clips too. I finally took the time to get all the material together and create my first video diary! I’m definitly no Bethany Mota or Michelle Phan, but sometimes moments can be captured better in action than stills and I had a lot … Continue reading Winter Break Vlog