Layla Land

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I sat across a large conference table as the clock struck a quarter past eight. A mild scent of freshly brewed coffee lingered in the air as the machine gurgled in the hallway, slowly bringing the small office to life. I held my gaze at the instructor, listening intently to each word as he spoke. He ...

When the clock strikes 12…

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They say witching hour is the time of night that all the worst creatures slide out of the shadows and begin their dark deeds. The clock strikes 12 and the wise rush home, tucked away safely in bed.  "Nothing good happens after midnight", they warn. But that is just in fairy tales, is it not? At most, midnight beckons a ...

The Freedom and Chains of Gen Y

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Life as a Gen Yer - or Millennial - in America today comes with many freedoms. Freedom to think for yourself, to choose for yourself, and to do for yourself. But often times, that same freedom can bind us in chains if we're not careful. To read more about this and dive into the "privileged" life of a ...

How Fisch Come Up for Air

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I've been craving a good sleep walking story to share with you all. You know, something lighthearted and funny to quickly read. It's even crossed my mind once or twice to poke the sleeping bear fisch to see if I can instigate something entertaining, but then I remember how sleep deprived Big Fisch feels most of the time, ...

If Rapunzel survived, so can I.

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The other day, I was walking through campus back towards my apartment. I had just taken a class at the gym over lunch and was dressed in my yoga pants, bright pink top, messy high ponytail bopping on the side of my head, and fuzzy walking boots. The next block of classes on campus were minutes from ...