CLAY’SMIND: SCENE 2
Film is amazing: medium of the century! Adapting stories from the written word to the moving image is my current obsession; it seems like it would b..
Stressed but Well Dressed: Black and White Opinions to Outfits
If our world is colored, why does it seem so black and white sometimes? It feels like everyone is divided up by their opinions and it’s either this ..
Totally Not a Weeb: High-School Anime Life!
An extrovert’s retelling of introvert anime watchers. 50% accurate, but 100% overexaggerated (according to my recollection. . .)
Middle school: dis..
Totally Not a Weeb: Elitism and Otaku Culture
A conversation arose between two nerds. One looks to another and asks, “What’s your favorite anime?”
He hesitates to respond. Should I answer tru..
In Her View: Philia (Love for Friends)
I met my first interviewee inside a laundromat on Noriega Street. She was standing next to a man who seemed to be her husband. I was walking up..
Totally Not a Weeb: I’m Not an Otaku! Baka!
I will start off with all the boring 3D lowlives talk because we all know that’s not why I am here. My name is Lemar Deguzman, and you may know me f..
The Sunset Lifeline: Finale? [Story of Life and Gratitude]
I just wanted to thank you for joining me on this adventure throughout my column. There have been quite a few firsts doing something like this. I’ve..
Where The Two Worlds Meet: Yo
Relationship to me: I am me.
1) What are you most proud of?
I’m most proud of my good listening s..
The Sunset Lifeline: Classroom Stereotypes [From My Perspective]
Have you ever encountered classroom stereotypes? Watch the video to see which stereotype you fall under. Have I forgotten any?
After the Storm: Bruised
my stage of grieving: anger
Photo Credit: Michelle Ton