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  • The things that stuck with me the most from this video are the changing images based off of his jokes. It’s what made this segment funnier and interesting. This is a huge visual aspect that allows him to keep us […]

  • Brian Suarez changed their profile picture 10 months, 2 weeks ago

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    When I was 15, I was getting home at 1 or 2 A.M. I know what you’re thinking: I was doing drugs! Better yet, I was enjoying my high school years and spending time with my friends and getting drunk ev […]

  • My green apron is hugging me, soothing me. No one else will. The siren is whispering to me: It’s going to be okay. I am alone. There are 500 people on line and I am alone. The register dings and hits me in the s […]

  • “All the people you see in the photograph, distinct and detailed as their faces look, are now dead,” from Total Eclipse by Annie Dillard.

     

     

    Annie Dillard’s Total Eclipse leaves the reader with mo […]

  • When I was 13, I met my soul mate. Ever since I met her, my life has had meaning, passion and joy. Her name? Her name is something contains two simple syllables, yet she is so complex in nature. She can be so many […]

    • I hope that is the only such experience in your past, but there is such a rage and impatience in some people, and doing service work takes such great patience even on a good day. I really appreciated your story in total and found your description of your parents very touching, as well as your description of your passion for science equal parts funny and geeky/inspiring.

  • Brian Suarez‘s profile was updated 1 year, 10 months ago

  • I couldn’t get my mind off of it. We were just trying to get to the library, because the three of us had a myriad of assignments and exams within the next week. Yet, every time I pass the intersection, my mind g […]

    • Of course everyone’s first impulse to to ask if you’re ok because that was a scary thing, and then to say thank goodness it wasn’t worse–but in terms of your storytelling, I thought you did a really great job of making this into an interesting written anecdote, with your focus on the eccentricities of your reactions, your strange yet familiar focus on the schoolwork that you’d been discussing before the accident and how it helped you to analyze what had happened to you. What was causing you anxiety before seemed like it offered a defense against shock after.

  • Brian Suarez changed their profile picture 1 year, 10 months ago

  • Hey guys! My name is Brian and I am a junior studying Biology with a concentration in Developmental Genetics. I am also a Writing & Rhetoric minor and a Creative Writing & Literature minor. If I’m not at making […]

    • I have been meaning to find another binge show on Netflix and I think after I finish Bones (three more season to go) I’m going to hit Grey’s Anatomy. Believe it or not I have only seen one episode of it.

      Since my students are my main teachers in current pop art (I just learned from a kid in my WoW guild what a dank meme is), I have also subscribed to Titan just to get Lemonade, because it is that good.

      How did the art project turn out?

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