Essay: A Midnight Contemplation About Blackholes

A swirling blackhole opened up in the middle of my chest sucking me into a dark bliss that took me off of planet Earth and into a timeless time. It was fast and the vacuum it had for my sanity was quick, it was as if it just roared and longed for me to joinContinue reading “Essay: A Midnight Contemplation About Blackholes”

Race and “Feminism”

While some prefer to toss the term “feminism” around as a catch all phrase it can be offensive to those who understand the reasoning behind the creation of the term “womanism.” Womanism:  Coined by Alice Walker to include those who are African American that are in the fight for women’s right, it isn’t a sort ofContinue reading “Race and “Feminism””

Speech: Slow and Steady Wins The Race

Hi all, I recognize a lot of familiar faces in the room but before I begin allow me to introduce myself. My name is Sierra Ayonnie Dunlap, I’m a senior graduating in December with a degree in Interdisciplinary Studies, my focus areas are Creative Writing & Minority Studies, my double minors are Writing & ItalianContinue reading “Speech: Slow and Steady Wins The Race”