Author Archive | Bevan

Last to the Party

I would say it’s time to release my website unto the world, but alas it’s been live for a couple weeks now. That being said, this was definitely a love-hate project. I went into the process pretty confident and then was almost immediately humbled by wordpress and its many quirks. I knew in my head […]

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It’s All About Perspective

I know I’ve mentioned the fact that I started my undergraduate studies as a computer science major (despite knowing little about computer science) at least once before, which would then lead into a rant of sorts about how much I suffered in that program. For the risk of sounding repetitive, I’m going to mention it […]

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I Put the “Human” in Humanities

In 2017, I stepped into my first college level English course titled “The British Bestseller”. At the time, I was a computer science major with a pocketful of humanities transfer credits and advisors that wanted me to stay focused so I could graduate early. Being an 18 year old who knew nothing about coding (or himself), […]

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If an Annoying Person is Alone, Are They Still Annoying?

Our world, the “real” world, is full of all sorts of obstacles and hurdles that can make enjoying life a task in of itself. How then can one possibly find joy here? Well, Ross Gay shares the experience of taking the mundane, difficult, and forgettable moments of our days and changing them into something beautiful in their […]

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A Story About A Story

“I grew up.” A story everybody can relate to. “I grew up in a small southern town.” A story some people can relate to. “I grew up in a small southern town, in a large house, with 3-5 other children, depending on the day of the week. The bus would come early, the cafeteria breakfast […]

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