A Psychocritical Analysis of Georgia O’Keeffe’s Black Door with Snow

Georgia O’Keeffe is well known for her paintings of zoomed-in, detailed flowers. Often these paintings are compared to vaginas, which would lead towards an easy analysis for a psychocritical analysis of the artist and her work. However, this paper will present a psychocritical analysis on O’Keeffe’s Black Door with Snow, which was created in 1955, … Continue reading A Psychocritical Analysis of Georgia O’Keeffe’s Black Door with Snow

Written Wednesday: “Why a Man Should Never Object to a Woman Splitting the Bill”

If a woman ever suggests paying for her dinner when she is on a date with a man, he is quick to object. Why even dare propose such a thought? Of course not. No. Never! Yet why does this protestation occur? Cultural obedience. Money dost rule. Chivalry is dead. God save the queen—she cannot save … Continue reading Written Wednesday: “Why a Man Should Never Object to a Woman Splitting the Bill”

E n g l i s h

When I'm not cooking curry or eating desserts, I'm usually traveling. I've been all over the United States, from California Adventures to Disney World, from Pike's Peak to Times Square. Last Fall semester, I explored France, Italy, Scotland, and England, enjoying art, food, music, and cultures different from my own.While I love doing yoga in … Continue reading E n g l i s h