The Long-Term Positivity of Multicultural Children’s Books

It is common knowledge that there is current rise of multi-cultural main characters in children’s literature. And for good reason, because every child deserves to be represented in the pages they read. Please be aware that children’s literature…

Latino Inclusivity in Popular Young Adult Novels

Putting some thought into the young adult novels read during younger years or in recent times, one may remember some prominent ones such as The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, The Harry Potter Series, The Fault In Our Stars, or A Wrinkle In Time. All of these novels have stood out in their own way. However, how many of theseContinue reading “Latino Inclusivity in Popular Young Adult Novels”

Harry Potter: Books vs. Movies

Say “Harry Potter,” and at least one person in the room should know what you are talking about. The Harry Potter Series has undoubtedly changed the entire world over the past 20 years. Ever since Joanne Rowling (best known as J. K. Rowling) brilliantly published it (serious Scholastic Inc. magic here, since many other publishersContinue reading “Harry Potter: Books vs. Movies”

Antagonist: An Analysis of Lucy in “The Light We Lost”

The women’s fiction volume (also falls under young adult novel in my opinion), The Light We Lost by Jill Santopolo, is one of the few novels of its genre that really puts your thoughts about a protagonist into a new perspective. While I truly enjoyed reading this novel because of the way it was written, IContinue reading “Antagonist: An Analysis of Lucy in “The Light We Lost””

The Walking Dead: What Led To Its Jeopardy

The Walking Dead: What Led To Its Jeopardy For those avid fans of The Walking Dead, I recently wrote an article for The Artifice Online Magazine to highlight major twists that led to the show’s jeopardy (note: this covers seasons 1-8). Hope you enjoy it along with the comments! Link: https://the-artifice.com/the-walking-dead-analysis/

The Power of Social Media: Does It Enhance or Swallow Up Relationships?

The Power of Social Media; Does It Enhance or Swallow Up Relationships? Today, absolutely everyone has been impacted by social media. Celebrities daily lives are among the first to be posted online, followed by our friends’ posts, then posts of others we may not even know. However, having many online friends does not mean weContinue reading “The Power of Social Media: Does It Enhance or Swallow Up Relationships?”

Lifestyle – Culture Magazine

Privacy in a Public World: Leaked Nude Photos on Social Media by Yvonne Tapia When we take a photo of something like a cute puppy, a selfie with a friend, or a photo of their lunch, we assume that our content is secure in the cloud. As we convert almost completely to digital, it hasContinue reading “Lifestyle – Culture Magazine”