Writing

The following pieces showcase my personal and academic writing styles.

2024
The Memory Market
A fiction story about a market booth where individuals can buy, sell and trade memories as if they were commodities. However, the protagonist, Halia, doesn't believe in this scheme, until she's given a memory from her childhood...
2023
How long does it take to actually walk to TRSM?
My second satirical article was published online and printed by Toronto Metropolitan University's school newspaper for the 'Fun and Satire' column. (Cover image by The Eyeopener)
2023
Satirical News Article for The Eyeopener
My first satirical article was published online and printed by Toronto Metropolitan University's school newspaper for the 'Fun and Satire' column. (Cover image taken by me)
2023
Digital News Article
A digital news article assignment on Canada's renting and housing crises, applying theory learned in journalism from class. (Cover image from Mwangi Gatheca on Unsplash)
2023
Press Release Sample: The Loci Cycle
A sample press release about a new service launch by Chris Munch, CEO of AmpiFire and content strategist. Munch committed to helping small and medium-sized businesses and announced a new marketing program for novice entrepreneurs to have a voice in a large industry.
2023
Taylor Swift's Records: Stolen Version
This case study examines the copyright issues in Taylor Swift's and Scooter Braun's feud, written in my Copyright 101 class with guiding questions. Braun had purchased Swift's first six albums and she has been fighting to retain ownership of them. (Cover image from @CoutureIsBeyond on Twitter)
2021
Marxist & Feminist Theory: A Devoted Son
An academic short essay analyzing Anita Desai's "A Devoted Son" from Marxist and Feminist Perspectives. The story explores the relationship between a father and son and how time can change the way actions and intentions are perceived. (Cover image from Open Magazine)
2021
8-Ball
Personal response to a clip from the movie, "Empire of Dirt" telling the story of an elementary bully and lessons learned from that experience. (Cover image from LiveAbout)
2020
Empathy: The Heart of Moral Behaviour
An academic essay analyzing empathy in Harper Lee's "To Kill A Mockingbird". The story explores racism and prejudice along with their coexistence within a person or community. (Cover image from Saxo)
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