Female money: coming soon to a mint near you. The internet exploded when it was leaked that Harriet Tubman would be the new face of the $20 bill. People went wild with discourse, debate, and excitement for this advancement in U.S. currency, but no one’s getting photos of the Tubman bill until 2020, and due … Continue reading 225th Anniversary Coin Depicts African-American Woman
It's the Mayan calendar all over again. No matter what corner of the internet you browse, pretty much everyone has agreed that 2016 was a less than successful year. Memes about “the death of 2016” went rampant across timelines for the entire month of December and, despite the lackluster performance by Mariah Carey this New … Continue reading #My2017DoomsdayBunker
This is one thing we can be happy about for next year. Amongst all the icky feelings that 2016 is leaving us with, the political mayhem that has become the United States, and the ongoing environment crisis, there's one thing that we all can share some sort of excitement for: the box office hits of … Continue reading Ten Movies to Look Forward to in 2017
A dream is a wish your heart makes.... As the holiday season comes and passes, this is the time of year we all sit around and reflect on the past 365 days and what we want to do to make the next 365 better. Most of it leads to continuously-failed attempts at getting fit, (I … Continue reading Hopes for the New Year Expressed in Disney Gifs
Who am I? I am a girl who loves my island, and the girl who loves the sea. It calls me! I went and saw the hit Disney movie Moana last night. I was embarrassingly excited, to be honest. I’d heard great things about it, including that it was the biggest “anti-princess” movie Disney has … Continue reading Why You Need to See Disney’s “Moana” Now
Y'all, it ain't even cool. I was born in Riverdale, GA. I was raised in Newnan, GA. Now I study at the University of Georgia. But nothing makes me feel less southern than when I see the looks of confusion on people’s faces when I tell them I’d rather go to a hockey game than … Continue reading Loving Hockey in the South
The body and society: presentation, perceptions, and expectations.