Reflections in a Black Mirror:  Analyzing Bloody Mary and Her Presence in

Reflections in a Black Mirror: Analyzing Bloody Mary and Her Presence in "The Wolf Among Us"

It’s a typical setting; a group of teens enjoying each others company at a sleepover, when suddenly, they decide to play a game. At the behest of the others, one of the teens gets up, goes to the bathroom, turns…

Shitshow

Shitshow

Jessica is a sophomore Journalism student from Kansas City, MO. She wrote Shitshow as an in-class write for her English 1000 class and decided to submit it. Shitshow refers to the highs and lows of Jessica’s first year at…

Book Review: Everything Bad for You is Good For You

Almost immediately, Steven Johnson’s' Everything Bad is Good For You presents a compendium of intriguing arguments and ideas. The title itself seems to promise a collection of contradictions and oppositions to a supposedly uniform state of thought. Instead of the typical argument against a two-sided issue (such as whether moral ambiguity is justified), Johnson changes the roles of the main separation of agreement between the evolution of popular culture and its effects on the mental capabilities of those who partake in such activities.