What the Spud? Eating Only Potatoes for a Week

By Amanda M. Gordon Back at the tail-end of February, I committed myself to an all potato-based diet. Why? Purely for journalistic purposes, with the intent on documenting a food tour on potatoes, and how quickly I would grow to despise the rooted vegetable. Drinks on the other hand are still fair game. Now french … Continue reading What the Spud? Eating Only Potatoes for a Week

The Genius Behind “Parasite”: a Brief Review and Analysis

By Madelyn Crews and Beth Rigby  Bong Joon-Ho’s “Parasite” can be considered one of the most remarkable films of 2019.  All components of the production combine harmoniously to generate a visual representation of classism in South Korea. The cinematography alone highlights the perspectives of the lower classes on the rich, while the powerful score manipulates emotions … Continue reading The Genius Behind “Parasite”: a Brief Review and Analysis

History of the Stigma Surrounding Mental Health

By Matt Whitworth So many of us experience anxiety and depression, yet so few seek help. According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA), “anxiety disorders are highly treatable, but only 36.9% of those suffering receive treatment.” Anxiety that rolls in when a big decision is looming, or a depressed malaise following a … Continue reading History of the Stigma Surrounding Mental Health