A grant application for a trap, neuter, release program at the Vanderburgh Humane Society. This document contains in-depth research into the issue as well as its solution. It also conforms to strict formatting in accordance with the application's requirements. This application was completed for my course in Grant Writing and …
The Best Raincoat for Dogs
Buying a raincoat for your dog is a great way to track less mud and water into your home. There are a wide variety of coats to choose from, it can be hard to decide which one is best for your pooch.
How to Survive Your Divorce
Divorce is hard. It’s even harder when you make errors or set precedents early on that could set the tone for the entire proceeding. Keep reading to learn about common mistakes people make that could affect the rest of their lives, especially when children are involved.
How to Get Divorced Without Spending a Fortune
Everyone knows breaking up is hard to do, but it’s even harder when you need to get lawyers involved. Here are some ways to reduce the cost of getting a divorce.
Climate Change in Anthropological Perspective
Adaptation drives evolution and climate change poses significant challenges for unadaptable species. Despite this well-known fact, climate change mitigation and adaptation policies are explicitly pointed toward the same practices shown to cause climate instability. This research emerges at the intersection of studies in religion, spirits, and states in Southeast Asia …
How to Break Free from Indica and IPAs Through Intention — Unpublished
Here are other ways you can achieve the feeling you’re seeking that don’t involve changing anything about what you’re made of but instead, discovering and embracing who you already are.
Bridgerton Season 2: Flipping the Script on South Asian Stereotypes
From acerbic aunties with thick accents to geeks with no sex appeal, South Asians in Hollywood have been known to play either of the two and maybe the occasional cab driver. But not very often does a tanned skin South Asian beauty get to take centre stage and have a …
Capillary debuts as a leader with layers of innovation around product flexibility The ecosystem of channel partners for all successful businesses has been ever-expanding, emphasizing on the need to st
BPCL selects Capillary to launch futuristic fuel loyalty strategies for its customers and fleets
Capillary Technologies (a B2B SaaS platform for customer loyalty and engagement) has announced a long-term partnership with BPCL (India’s largest PSU in petroleum retail) to spearhead the fuel company’s B2C and B2B loyalty strategies across its 17,000 outlets in India.
A Brooklyn Artist Brings Healing One Woven Piece at a Time
Meet Cynthia Alberto, the founder and director of Weaving Hand, as she explains the art of Zero Waste weaving and how she has made it a pathway to healing.
An article written and designed by me that explores the popularization of crochet and other textile arts among gen-z. This was completed as an honors project attached to my Folklore course.
The Guilty Pleasure. — Unpublished
The phenomenon of guilt and pleasure enjoying one another’s company undoubtedly breeds the term “guilty pleasure.” Because of society’s unrealistic standards, we are made to feel shame in the things that bring us pleasure simply because they may not hold any monumental gain. Whether your guilty pleasure is reading mindless …
The Purest Form of Art — Unpublished
Public restrooms are traditionally spaces where minimal contact with others is expected. However, in some of these public spaces, the opposite prevails and people are able to connect with one another through the art form of Latrinalia (more commonly known as bathroom graffiti). Despite the already vulnerable connotation of public …
In front of my bed is a window facing almost directly towards my neighbor’s, an invasion of our privacy waiting to happen. The wrinkly white curtain thankfully hides the unkempt mess that beholds my bedroom, but it’s also ever so slightly translucent enough that the sunlight faintly peeks through the …
Our Ghost Lives: Why We Obsess Over Lives We Could Have Lived —
For the most part, I’m happy with the life I’ve had so far-- imperfections, good memories, and everything in between. However, this year had me daydreaming about the various paths I could have taken and left me wondering who I could’ve been if things had gone differently. I dug deeper …
It's All Greek To Me: The Allure and Apprehension that Entails Greek Life —
It’s 2020 – with many institutions now coming under speculation and reinvention, it comes as no surprise that Greek Life is no different. If you’re someone who wants some sort of sorority or fraternity experience, this essay includes direct testimony that will help you better understand the past, present, and …
Supplementing Your Skills Without Killing Your Darlings —
As an arts and humanities major, I'm either getting the usual eye-roll from an older relative or some encouraging support because the people that love me have seen how much I have grown in my talents. However, the career hunt for a non-STEM job has been proven to be quite …
The Art of Confrontation Paves the Way to Forgiveness —
Confrontation—I'm like a finger painter when it comes to telling the people I care about when they've hurt me and holding them accountable. Instead, I let the feelings either build up to a never-ending resentment or at best a neutrality, which is a huge amount of brokenness from the original …
The Politics of Art: Godard’s Cinematic Revolution —
By making these films, directors such as Chabrol, Truffaut, Varda, and Godard himself were establishing the bases for a cinema that would serve as a means of popular power. These artists confronted an established medium and turned it into something beautiful, significantly by making it in their own molds. After …
How to Be Your Own Muse: A Contemporary Approach —
Historically a muse is someone who inspires an artist and is typically thought of as a woman. Often times the female muse encounters a blurring of their success from their aiding to the male artist. However, if we were to try and change this preconceived notion, in this era of …
An interview with John Vaillant, author of "The Golden Spruce"
An interview with John Vaillant (“The Golden Spruce”) following his talk with German author Peter Wohlleben (“The Hidden Life of Trees”) at the 2016 Vancouver Writers Festival.
An interview with Tofino artist Peter Clarkson
Peter Clarkson is a retired park warden and Canadian artist whose pieces are crafted from debris found along the coastline where he works. His art, which brings about beauty from refuse, conveys both light-heartedness and a subtle directive, and is displayed in exhibits across the country.