An Introduction to the Satire Genre

Fantasy, science fiction, poetry, and more are the most commonly brought to mind in reference to literary genres. Satire is a type of genre as well, or often used as a literary device, and my personal favorite. Most of us are already familiar with satire even if we aren’t aware of it. Often political inContinue reading “An Introduction to the Satire Genre”

How Siblings Shape Who You Are

About 80% of Americans today have at least one sibling. Having a sister or brother is a blessing, and the bond formed by siblings who grow up together is unsurpassed by any other. Although they frequently fight or cause trouble for each other, there are boundless benefits in having siblings, including the five below. BoostContinue reading “How Siblings Shape Who You Are”

Making Your Dream Bucket List || By Naina Mishra

Writing a bucket list has always seemed like a daunting task to me. Not because I don’t know what I want to do but because there is so much I want to do. It’s like walking into an ice cream store and trying to pick between getting a salted caramel chocolate ice cream and mochaContinue reading “Making Your Dream Bucket List || By Naina Mishra”

Shake Off The 2020 Blues With Some Fun Activities!

As we soldier on into 2021, stuck in the monotonicity of virtual learning/working, I’m sure we’re all bored. So what better way to shake off the funk with a series of fun creative writing exercises? (Tip: If your New Year’s resolution was to exercise more, this still counts!!)  Set a timer for 10 minutes, andContinue reading “Shake Off The 2020 Blues With Some Fun Activities!”

Newsworthiness in Journalistic Writing

When considering the options in styles of a written piece, there are plenty to choose from; poetry, short stories, biographies, screenplays, informational texts, etc. But the one I’m most familiar with is journalistic writing. Journalistic writing is a type of writing that helps report news stories. It is the kind of writing that makes yourContinue reading “Newsworthiness in Journalistic Writing”