Annex. (n.) 1540s, “an adjunct, accessory,” from French annexe “that which is joined” (13c.), from annexer “to join” (see annex (v.)). Meaning “supplementary building” is from 1861. Annex. (v.) Late 14c., “to connect with,” from Old French annexer “to join, attach” (13c.), from Medieval Latin annexare, frequentative of Latin annecetere “to bind to,” from […]Read More To Move or Not to Move
Grief is indescribable and undesirable. Losing someone you love is on par with losing your body’s ability to function, and your mind’s ability to think. These past few weeks surrounding my grandma’s passing were jumbled to say the least, and without the support of friends and family, I wouldn’t have had the strength to reflect […]Read More As I Live and Grieve
“Is it worth it? Let me work it. I put my thing down flip it and rever-” oh wait. That’s not what this is about. Recently I had the opportunity to attend a VIP Meet and Greet for some of my favorite artists on the “Friends and Family” tour pictured above; rappers Andy Mineo and […]Read More Is it Worth it?
When tragedy strikes, no one can tell you how you should feel. Don’t get me wrong—they may try. They might tell you that you should hate your sexual assaulter or feel broken in the wake of a break-in. Sometimes people will make you think that if you don’t feel the way you should, maybe your […]Read More Responding the Way I Should
Forensic Ecology— I wasn’t quite sure what that meant when I heard it. All I knew was that our class would be sifting through mounds of sand and rock to find real-life dinosaur bones. I was sold. But as we went around the classroom on the first day of class introducing ourselves, I suddenly felt […]Read More Finding a Place in Science