Monday Inspiration: October 27, 2014

[Look at the week with the confidence of Inspector Clouseau.] By: Gabriela Yareliz Hello, hello! Last week of October. We’ve survived. We made it. It’s been a sniffley, sleep-deprived, couple of weeks. I just finished a project on international law and torture. I was confirming the spelling of a terrorist group, and I felt nervous whileContinue reading “Monday Inspiration: October 27, 2014”

Lost Generation

  By: Gabriela Yareliz Gertrude was a mentor and friend to Ernest Hemingway, and he speaks of her in his memoir, A Moveable Feast, fondly yet realistically, as one can only do when you know someone and his or her intricacies very well. She is known to have coined the phrase, “a lost generation.” Many say this describesContinue reading “Lost Generation”