The Cult of True Womanhood: Providng a Voice to Share Experiences of the Female Slave The reliability of the slave narrative has long been questioned. Authors such as Fredrick Douglass and William Wells Brown pioneered the slave narrative, providing insight on the gross injustices that took place while also unintentionally muffling the voice of black… Continue reading The Cult of True Womanhood: Providing a Voice to Share Experiences of the Female Slave
I am not going to lie; I am incredibly lonely. College is nice in the sense that there is so much free time, but it also sucks because I have yet to find any people to spend that free time with. Mostly I just talk to friends from Louisville , and that is okay with… Continue reading College is Lonely
I am a introvert who is good at pretending to be extroverted. I love people, talking, and team building until I can no longer hold my tongue. These things exhaust me, but in a society that revolves around extroverts my only choice is to pretend to enjoy them. I arrived to Asbury a week early… Continue reading Forced Bonding (Welcome Week)
Today was a really hard day for me. My family is full of people who love animals and I am no exception. While unhealthy, I must confess that I love animals more then I do most people. Early morning today my grandparents and uncles dog passed away. I have so many fond memories of Mandy.… Continue reading Pet Loss
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I could go on and on forever about my endless concerns about college. Every day brings a new worry. To try and ease my weary mind I have decided to create a list of my worries. Hopefully in a couple weeks I will be able to update and have dismissed many of these fears. I… Continue reading College Concerns
For as long as I can remember, college has been something I dreamed about. I idolized the ideas of freedom, individuality, and escape that surround it. I thought that once I got off to college everything would be different; to be honest I thought of college as a utopia of sorts. In my childhood I… Continue reading First Day of College (Moving in Twice)