On July 18th, 2017, a video titled "How I Feed Alan" was uploaded to Youtube by a mysterious user named Daisy Brown. Only two minutes long, the video featured a woman off-camera, "Daisy," feeding her pet, "Alan," some sugar pills: the only thing he could properly digest. Just by looking at the video's thumbnail, viewers could tell Alan wasn't any normal household pet. Alan was a miniature monster.
If you're like me, binging episodes of Hulu's High Fidelity to distract yourself from COVID-19 chaos, you know how delicate the art of mixtaping is. You can't just mishmash a bunch of catchy tunes together...there are RULES. Do it right, and you can tell a great musical story through other people's creative genius.
COVID-19 may have put a dent in the Marymount Manhattan College spring semester, but that isn't stopping Erin Greenwell from encouraging students to showcase their artwork and make social change. As soon as it was announced my NYC college would switch to online learning, Erin emailed a message to the entire community asking for drawings to be sent to the women of the Bedford Hills College Program: an organization that allows incarcerated women to receive an accessible college education while still carrying out their sentences at Bedford Hills. Below is a video Erin made about the program...
Happy Valentine's day, readers. While everyone else is going on dates and exchanging cute little cards of love, let's talk about some spooky Halloween sh*t.