Why being Julia in 2012 was rad.

Why being Julia in 2012 was rad.

I have, apparently, never gotten over 2004. Maybe it’s because that was a responsibility-free year, or maybe it’s because the music scene in my hometown was particularly active that year; for whatever bullshit reason, if I write a date without thinking I almost always write 2004. This becomes most prevalent during year changes where I revert back to 2004 instead of whatever new … Keep reading…

Too cool for school: Announcing graduation through nontraditional cards

Too cool for school: Announcing graduation through nontraditional cards

As you can probably guess from my lack of posting, things have been… intense. I wrote for, edited, designed and completed my last fashion section for The University News (sob). I’ve been applying for jobs. I bought a graduation dress. I went out for my last college weekend and finally visited the near-campus bars and did other stereotypical college-gal things. I completed … Keep reading…

Continuing my crazed graduation dress search

I spent six or so hours looking at job listings last night. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not whining about that– I assume it will take hours upon days upon weeks to find a job, and sending in all those cover letters and resumes will take time. What I wasn’t prepared for was that I wouldn’t see any journalism gigs during my … Keep reading…