Monthly Archive: December, 2017

Racist Symbols Should Not Celebrate Heritage

By Julio Acosta Silverio “Why I Changed My Mind About Confederate Monuments” was a story written by a teacher named Kevin M. Levin who changed his perspective on the Confederate monuments. He changed… Continue reading

A Timeless Facade: William Blake’s “London”

By Steven Mulero The poem “London” (1794) was written by William Blake (1757-1827). Blake was a late-seventeenth century poet and painter who although was virtually unknown during his lifetime his works were “discovered”… Continue reading

Take off at Bradley: A Mini Ethnography

By Delecian D. Young Initially I was going to study the online community of Youtubers known as “naturalistas,” or “Youtube Gurus,” but I ran into a few roadblocks. Instantly I noticed that I… Continue reading