Charlize Alcaraz

  • May 15, 2017By Charlize Alcaraz

    It has been so exhausting to see literary works that repetitively use the colour black to metaphorize a dark becoming, or anything else that radiates with negativity. Although it can be supposable in some circumstances, the stigma revolving the colour black extends so far that people of black pigment are treated as if they are

  • May 7, 2017By Charlize Alcaraz

    On the night of May 6, 2017, famous rapper Nicki Minaj took to Twitter and helped her fans with their student expenses. It all started when an account that goes by the name @cjbydesign asked Nicki if she was willing to pay for their tuition in return for winning the #RegretInYourTears Musical.ly challenge to win

  • April 19, 2017By Charlize Alcaraz

    Our lives revolve around the deep world of poetry. From song lyrics to simply looking into another set of eyes, there are many indications that the whole aspect of human nature is supported and enclosed with poetry being its spine. Lest we forget the poetry that we know–the mellifluous string of words that can capture

  • March 12, 2017By Charlize Alcaraz

    Short stories are categorized as the underdogs of literature as they are often undiscovered, yet beautifully-crafted pieces of literary work. Everyone needs a little break from politics and the cruelty of the world once in awhile, and short stories are the cure for people who enjoy diving into different worlds who have little time. Here