Every culture has their own superstitions when it comes to the supernatural world. Here is a collection of superstitions from our staff! Whistling at night attracts bad spirits in Khmer culture. In Lao culture, singing/screaming at night attracts bad spirits. Children can see something adults cannot. Having chopsticks stuck upright in a bowl of rice…Details
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Gonjiam – Haunted asylum *Spoiler alert Gonjiam is a found footage horror film by the South Korean director, Jung Bum Shik. The story begins with two high school boys who experienced spiritual encounters – sounds of a pingpong game though the hospital had been abandoned for years – and subsequently went missing in a former…Details
One. The night before my first Halloween at college, Jin Yong passes away. I find out in an email from my professor, and am reminded of another strangely connected week, my sophomore year of high school: we start reading Gabriel García Márquez on a Monday and he dies that Thursday. My first thought, both times…Details
*trigger warning for self harm and violence lost in her daydreams with her mind miles away she stares off into the darkness wishing she did not stray with everyone around her she can’t help but feel alone love and care was a stranger but she craves it like a drug in her mind, she was…Details
As the quarter drags on, students become more and more entrenched in the everyday stresses of life. The seemingly mundane, yet unavoidable, routine of class-lab-work-eat-sleep implants itself in our existences day after day, leaving exhausted students with limited time to contemplate their own thoughts about other aspects of their lives. Ironically, however, this may very…Details