The following is a brief interview with a Satanist I spoke to last week. The Lazy Satanist encourages people to visit the Church of Satan’s website for more detailed information. … Continue reading Exploring Satanism with ‘The Lazy Satanist’
by Vivian I am from train tracks and busy streets. From motorcycles rides through the city and instant noodles,The tofu on the streets that caused a round stomach – a … Continue reading I am From Train Tracks and Busy Streets
By now, you’ve probably heard about the Asian American guy running for president in 2020. There’s been a steady buzz on social media, and the internet about this guy. For … Continue reading Andrew Yang – A 2020 Presidential Candidate
Gladiator is an action, fantasy novel written by Joshua Chou. Chou is a NYU graduate, who intends to make a career out of writing. He loves super-heroes, which is evident … Continue reading Book Review: Gladiator
by Swesuny This piece was inspired by the current social and political climate in the writer’s hometown and abroad, in the United States. It saddened me to see others look … Continue reading Hear my Thoughts
What images float through your mind when you think about Cambodia? Do you see images where nature meets technology, and the ancient meets the modern? If so, then you’re already … Continue reading Travel: Angkor Wat
Overview Chattanooga, Tennessee is known for many things. From the beautiful Tennessee river that runs through the city, to the beautiful Appalachian mountains that frame it, it is truly a … Continue reading Travel: The Dwell Hotel
I tried to take Christianity seriously, as in, follow the bible carefully, accept Jesus, pray etc., but I felt nothing and this went on until the middle of 2012, when I met a pagan. It was then I got introduced and the seeds were planted. So around early 2013, I found out about Hellenism. After researching Christianity, as well as history and other religions, I converted to Hellenism. It touched my being in ways Christianity never did or could.
by 罗子禾 At a social event that took place not so long ago, I met a group of anthropologists, some of whom recently received their PhD’s. I have always thought … Continue reading What is Anthropology to Anthropologists?
by Vivian As a child, they could not keep me from that cupboard. During nights when the air is still, so dead you could hear a pin drop. A slight … Continue reading Hunger Calls
by Bernice “If you saw me at a bar—or any place—would you still be interested, and want to talk?” Yes. I blink slowly. The ceiling doesn’t change. It’s always the … Continue reading A Stranger II
Shawanda R. Randolph is the eldest of four children. She has a lot of cousins too, and think of them as her siblings. She’s from New Jersey. She’s lived in … Continue reading Profile: Shawanda R. Randolph
Building a ‘Portfolio’ or Building a ‘Life.’ I woke up this morning a little hazy, but the first thing that came to mind was Peaks Journal. The second thing that … Continue reading To Have or not to Have?
by Tylia L. Flores Sitting here in my wheelchair, Staring at our pictures on the wall, Thinking about how much we’ve changed. Drifting away like a boat out … Continue reading Drifting Away
by Vivian The sun blasts through the window. Hazy rays of light illuminating Through the translucent pink curtains. Specks of light fall through green leaves and little eyelids. Little legs … Continue reading Summer Daze, Summer Haze