I for one am never going to read again! Just kidding, I have a stack of books I’ve ordered over the semester I’m going to read. Some of which are: the Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children series, the Unwind Dystology series, the Hunger Games series, Chuck Palahniuk’s Make Something Up: Stories You Can’t Unread…oh, and a stack of 10+ books for my thesis starting … Continue reading What Are You Going to Do When the Semester is Over? By: Stephanie Hoover
Summer is fast approaching and we all can’t wait for the days of shorts, swimsuits, and sunny days. There is so much to do before the next semester comes rolling around. I am asking you one thing, slow down and smell the roses. I have made a list of a few things you can do this summer to help you slow your life down. It … Continue reading 3 Musts for a Minimalist Summer By: Cheyenne Coleman
This is an excerpt of “A Reflection of Regret,” by Luke Cummings, from this year’s volume of SITREP: Veteran Perspectives On Combat and Peace: “The face that returns my stare from the other side of the mirror is not one I’m used to seeing; it is pale and ceramic, accentuated by the fluorescent light above. The skin sags slightly down from the eye sockets, the … Continue reading SITREP: A Reflection of Regret By: Luke Cummings
Final Week Stress Management Yoga – Are you feeling some stress and anxiety during the week of your final exams? Did you know a number of studies have shown that yoga may help reduce stress and anxiety? It can also enhance your mood and overall sense of well-being. This yoga led class will be a 45-minute practice of Hatha yoga, which is one of the … Continue reading Final Week Stress Management Yoga at The Mills!
What was before, but is not now – Haunts the soul and robs the night of sleep. Memories, like photos, fade, or should But for the constant vigil we keep – We fan the flames lit in remembrance Until the smoke clouds our days, We chain ourselves to the past And wallow, like martyrs, in our pain. What could be, but is not yet … Continue reading This Moment (3rd Place Winner of IDEAS Poetry Contest) By: Rebecca Graham