• My Relationship with Coffee

    The first time that I tried “black coffee” was when I was back in junior high school in Taiwan; I was 14 years old then and thought black...

  • Network Failure

    It became painfully clear to me after entering University that I’m not a ‘networking’ person. I’ve lost track of how many parties or rather...

  • Thoughts about Caste

    Half-asleep against the walls of an elevator while on my way to an early morning class, the doors swing open without warning and I nearly...

  • Going Home

    I was raised in the same place from ages 5 to 17. It is in the middle of nowhere and is extremely inconvenient to get to, but that’s what...

  • Maybe in a Parallel Universe...

    Do you ever wonder what your life would have been like if you had made different decisions? Said ‘yes’ instead of ‘no’? Sometimes I do. To...

  • WIF, Where Inspiration Flourishes

    Ever since last November at Wasedasai, I watched Waseda International Festival’s dance performances under the stage as an audience. I had...

  • PSA: Paramore is Back!

    Nearly 4 years after the band’s self-titled album, Paramore has jumped back onto the music scene with a brand new sound. In their newest...

  • Profile: Stephanie Kim

    Second year student Stephanie Kim has lived in many countries around the world, and with that comes a handful of international expereicnes...

  • Single and Mingling

    As I walk down the street after class, my Sagittarius mind turns on - as an university sophomore,isn’t it most important to enjoy my life...

  • Tea Thoughts

    Here is an openly pretentious article about the philosophical revelations I discovered through the act of choosing, making and enjoying a...

  • Clothing in Japan: My Experience

    I used to never really give a second thought about what I wore. My high school’s dress code was relatively forgiving, and the only rules...

  • Surrealism Isn't Sustainable

    Like your average, everyday University student, I tried giving up on a fixed sleep schedule. The results were…interesting, to say the least...

  • Must-do's in Taiwan

    Only three hours away via plane from Japan, Taiwan has become quite a popular tourism spot these years. Born and raised in Taipei, walking...

  • And You Are....?

    Do you (secretly) love introspection, self analysis and coming to grand realizations about yourself and the complexity of your personality...

  • How Waitressing Changed Me

    “Nah, I think I’ll pass on the whole waitressing thing”, a naïve past version of me once said as I contemplated what first jobs I should...

  • A Part of Growing Up

    Yesterday, I was scrolling through Facebook on the train. There were the typical posts in my news feed, like someone posting a new profile...

  • A Rant Against Today's Liberals

    (Source: www.flicker.com ) Something has changed with the left. Originally, the left represented the opposition to injustice and the...

  • A Food Fight

    Vegetarian, Vegan, Halal, Kosher, Jain, Gluten-Free, Lactose-Free: Dietary requirements and patterns make up a world of their own be they...

  • Profile: Debbie Huang

    This week we caught up with Campus Cutie, Debbie Huang! A 2nd year SILS student from Taiwan, not only is Debbie an easy going, bright and...

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