• Thalia Bonas

    what your favorite white shoes say about you

    a life analysis

    March 4, 2021
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    Almost everyone has them: a pair of trusty white shoes. Some of us have only one pair, some of us have multiple pairs, and sadly, some of us do not have any. In general, most students have that one pair of white shoes that they can always rely on for metaphorical rainy days (maybe not […]

    the fight is far from over

    post-election action items

    November 12, 2020
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    Last Saturday, after many days of following the presidential race, it was finally announced that Joe Biden and Kamala Harris will be the next president and vice president of the United States. For many, this was a relief from what felt like four years of constant negative news. However, even with this supposedly better result, […]

    the art of halloween

    finding creativity in costuming

    October 29, 2020
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    In my childhood home, things never seemed to be where they belonged. Boxes of clay were stored on my bookshelf. Washed yogurt lids were left to dry on the back porch, waiting to be repurposed into paint palettes. Our car didn’t fit into the garage, which instead housed woodwork machinery and half-finished furniture. This was […]