The Burgundy Zine Issue #2: Fashioning Passions was released on Feb. 28Source: The Burgundy Zine Issue #2: Fashioning Passions
Sleep disorders are a global epidemic, but they aren’t always the culprit behind why you might have trouble catching winks night after night.Source: A Night Owl’s Guide to Staying Up All Night
In the land of the free with its gold paved streets and home of the brave, the American Dream is ever changing. Although life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness remain our core values as a nation, our individual goals continue to evolve alongside our culture and economy.Source: A Modern Look at the American Dream
Chin up, buttercups. Feb 14 may be right around the corner, but that doesn’t mean you have to start busting open old piggy banks in order to celebrate Valentine’s Day.Source: Date Ideas When You’re Broke AF
Page jumps use jump links – also known as anchor links – to bring visitors to different parts of the page, rather than directing them to different pages on your website.Source: How to Implement HTML Page Jumps on Your Website
56 years ago today, the renowned poet Sylvia Plath took her life. In honor of the poet, the following article is an essay written for an English class last semester that compares the works of Emily Dickinson and Sylvia Plath to further understand how mental illness may have influenced their art.Source: Dickinson and Plath: Gaining Perspective on the Double Edged Sword that is Mental Illness
The following is a short essay written in Dec 2018 detailing the night I met my partner, XtaSeay.Source: Homeschooler “Leaves the House for the First Time” and Meets the Love of her Life
Your pupils dilate and a wave of euphoria washes over you. You are engulfed in a sense of calm, despite an increase in your heart rate. This is not a work of magic, no. This is your brain on love.Source: What Happens to Your Brain When You’re in Love
Whether you’re a journalist or a creative writer, a die-hard film junkie or a scientist, blogging is one of the most effective ways to get your voice out and into the World Wide Web.Source: How to Write Engaging Content
The roots of patriotism run deep in America.Source: The History of Presidents’ Day
Presidents’ Day is a national holiday that has been federally observed on the third Monday in Feb by the United States since 1885. Schools and financial institutions across the country close their doors in honor of those who have served as the face of our nation.
Zack Brooks is the California-based musician who doesn’t confine his work to just one genre.Source: Tune-In Tuesdays #7: Lessons Learned with Zack Brooks
Making headlines last summer with articles such as “Can the Pope Go to Jail?” Alex Norcia, a staff writer for VICE with a niche for religion, is no stranger to covering politics or off-beat culture, either.Source: Alex Norcia and the Ever Changing Field of Journalism
Bec, the travel blogger and editor of Love She Travels, details what she’s learned from her experiences navigating the globe all on her own.Source: Five Things Love She Travels Has Learned from Traveling Solo
Keeping in line with the theme for the second issue of The Burgundy Zine, passion, Luna details her love for textiles, embroidery, and sewing.Source: Luna’s Love for Sewing
Simon Holding of Not You Mate details his lifelong passion for performing Show & Tells with his Guinea Pigs.Source: Simon Holding’s Passion for Performing
Elizabeth Tabler of Before We Go Blog delights us with her passion fueled by her “inner goat.”Source: Elizabeth Tabler’s “No Thank You” Bite
“The King of Shillington (PA),” Supreme Elijahwon is a local rap-artist who has made a name for himself performing at West Chester University (WCU)’s Open Mic Nights.Source: Tune-In Tuesdays #8: Self Expression, Fake Love, and Performing with Supreme Elijahwon
Recently, Supreme Elijahwon and I sat down at Saxby’s to discuss his experiences performing and what’s next for him as an artist.
A flush as red as roses paints itself wide across your cheeks. Nervous giggles force themselves through your smile as your lungs beg for oxygen.Source: How Do You Know if You’re in Love?