Archives - Jacob Hanley

SADACA talks mass killings of Armenians in Artsakh

Last Friday, the Student Association for the Development of Arab Cultural Awareness (SADACA) hosted an event for organizers and attendees alike to discuss events currently happening in Artsakh and how people could get involved in helping Armenians and the people of Artsakh.

Would becoming a vampire be worth it?

In all seriousness, though, to answer this question, we must turn to Bram Stoker’s “Dracula” for answers.

The Cure’s ‘Seventeen Seconds’ is the perfect Halloween soundtrack

Whether you’re looking for artistic inspiration, watching a horror movie, partying with the four people you’re quarantined with, eating candy, breaking it to your parents that you’ve decided to become goth, running from serial killers, or haunting innocent hikers, be sure to put “Seventeen Seconds” on this Halloween.

Why you should embrace the mundane

“La Belle Personne​” is boring. And I love it.

Zoom meditation: The new normal of mindfulness?

No matter your experience level, I highly recommend tuning into any of the weekly meetings.
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Fighting through another sunny day: The paradoxical genius of ‘London Weekend’

The 1993 album by British singer-songwriter Harvey William  is existential dread in a sugary coating with a cherry on top.