2018, A Year in Review

There are so many little things to be thankful for: MBA grades, new friends, the house, selling the rental  Zach, my sister's move-engagement-wedding, and the beautiful memories of DIYs, parties and the new house. The bad came at us strongly; my mom was diagnosed in September with glioblastoma, a rare and incurable form of brain... Continue Reading →

The Crown (Netflix)

Queen Elizabeth II, Regina, is still kicking strongly, and as of 2017, she was not only an icon of the British royalty but embodied it. Since I was a little girl, the royal family has been instrumental in piquing my interest in the history and modernization of the institution. If Kings and Queens were still... Continue Reading →

The Disappearance of Maura Murray

Oxygen green lit a documentary series featuring Maggie Freleng and Art Roderick to explore what happened to UMass student Maura Murray who vanished without a trace in the small town of Woodsville in Havenhill, New Hampshire. Surrounded by a cloud of mystery and suspense, her story has been nationally followed by reporters, crime novelists, podcasters and... Continue Reading →

Opening Thoughts on SWE 2017

With the hashtags #We17, #WomenMakeUsBetter and #BalanceTheEquation all over the twitterverse, it is evident that the Society of Women Engineers Conference in Austin is all about #STEMinism. As companies attempt to recruit, retrain and promote women into positions of leadership and technical excellence there is an accompanying social push to redefine gender roles in the... Continue Reading →

Rogue One: A Prequel For The Hardcore Fans

Disney, being all powerful and omniscient, realized that The Force Awakens wasn't going to please everyone so they decided on a gambit that will ensure most of the dejected fans will join the fold. Enter Rogue One. Based on stories that climax during the Rebel Alliance's days, the narrative explains how Rogue Squadron came to... Continue Reading →

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