What’s this? Another ode? You may be wondering what my fascination with this form is. I acknowledge that by having two of the same form of poetry in a row could give this blog a one-note feel to it, but I can explain! You see, we analyzed John […]
Hannah Renea Bumgarner
An undergraduate student who enjoys poetry, DND, and writing in general. Plenty of shenanigans and a whole lotta anxiety wrapped up in a 5'4" frame. Thanks for stopping by!
In class, we discussed and analyzed “Ode to a Nightingale” by John Keats (1819). Unfortunately, time only allowed us to barely skim the surface of the poem, so I thought I’d try my hand at analyzing it myself. Bear with me, since I’m still trying to get the […]
This quarter, I decided to try out an Intro to Creative Writing Class and honestly, it was an incredible decision. I’ve always loved creative writing and I used to draft stories all the time. In high school, I wrote a rough draft of a manuscript for a dystopian […]
It’s fall, y’all! The first day of autumn was two days ago and Colorado has decided to go from sunny, high 80s weather and hot to cold and rainy overnight. I couldn’t be happier about it. I am so ready for sweater weather.
So, it’s been a while since I’ve posted anything, whoops. Hopefully I can get back into the swing of things and get back on schedule. Fall 2017! It’s here! Classes have begun, my residents are all settled in, and I’m currently working my 4AM desk shift. I got […]
So, I totally forgot to post last night, whoops! Better late then never? I feel like excuses are useless on a personal blog, but I’m gonna explain anyway. It’s the last week of a super challenging online course I’ve been doing, so I’ve mostly been preoccupied with that. […]
I’ll break up my usual every-other-Sunday routine for a special occasion. In this case, it’s because it is a national holiday, National Book Lover’s Day! As a bibliophile myself, I thought there were be something inherently wrong if my blog didn’t feature a book for this incredibly important […]
I’m honestly the worst when it comes to assigned readings, but I have a couple of tricks to make it not so terrible. Read on to find some of these techniques!
For the past four weeks, I’ve been taking an online class called Culture & Identity in World Politics through my school, the University of Denver. Throughout the course, we’ve been reading about and discussing what makes up an identity, what makes us who we are, and how it applies to the rest of the world.
We’re concluding the course on cosmopolitanism, a school of thought that basically means you don’t identify with any one place or culture, but rather you consider yourself a citizen of the world.
Our final assignment is to compile a set of images that representing cosmopolitanism. Here are four photos that represent cosmopolitanism.