Disclaimer: This is an essay on Courtly love that i wrote for school in the winter of 2016 for my philosophy class. Courtly love comes from the troubadours, who’s hearts were often stolen by the ladies of the court. They would sing about their lady loves and the pain that they would cause them from… Continue reading The Art of Courtly Love
DISCLAIMER: this is a research essay i wrote for my English class last semester. Jamaica’s art scene over the last 100 years has been influential towards its political landscape and society’s ideals. Sculptors Edna Manley and Laura Facey Cooper, singer Bob Marley and various street artists have influenced major social change. Their art was and… Continue reading Jamaica’s Way with Art.
Disclaimer: This is one of my first essays i ever wrote for CEGEP and one that I am quite proud of. It was for my class on "EXISTENTIALISM - KNOWLEDGE BEYOND GOOD AND EVIL ". It is about the freedom of choice and how it affects our entire lives. Everyone has the ability to make… Continue reading Freedom: the choice
When you first walk onto a beach in Newfoundland it’s like nothing you’ve experienced before on the mainland. Sure it’s a beach, but not like the ones you’ve known. It’s that crisp clean salt air that fills your lungs and the smooth fist sized beach rocks beneath your feet, as you hobble towards the water’s… Continue reading ‘Round the Bay
From cat walk to casual, the rising trend of natural black hair seems to be growing. But what is the reason for this rise in popularity? Could it be the increased use of natural hair gracing the runways? Are black women tired of dishing out time and money on weaves, relaxers and trips to the… Continue reading Untangling Roots