Hits and Misses: staying home
Eimi S.(11), Editor of Hits and Misses
How Albert Camus predicted the outcome of COVID-19 in 1947
Within a few months, the ongoing pandemic has wiped out students from schools, salarymen/women from offices, and all of them from amusement facilities. Because of this, many went on the lookout for recreation that was available in the comfort of their own homes.
Making quarantine days scrumptious with The Scran Line
During quarantine, it is difficult to go out to eat sweets, although it is very tempting to do so. What if you could make professional-looking cakes at home without worrying about getting COVID-19?
Therapy for the teenage brain
“Teenager Therapy, because we have problems too.” This theme song to the podcast Teenager Therapy is not only comical but, I find, very fitting to describe our generation.
Overcoming challenges through opening up
Having premiered exclusively on Spotify on July 29th, The Michelle Obama Podcast holds third place for Spotify’s most popular podcast ranking. So far, it has released 10 weekly episodes, each ranging from 40-50 minutes, the perfect length for any podcast: not too long but enough to keep you satisfied and hooked.
Escape to the Swedish mountains with Jonna Jinton
The long months of quarantine were taking a toll on my mental health. I scrolled through Youtube idly, looking for something to take my mind off the hours of e-learning work I had ahead of me. It was then that I spotted a video of a woman bathing in what seemed to be a frozen lake.
Enjoying live music at home with NPR’s Tiny Desk concerts
The rapid ratta-tatta-tat-tat of the drums, the full-toned dum do-do-do dum of the bass line, the laid-back chords of the keyboard, and the soft voice of R&B Jorja Smith singing for NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert gives you a performance so authentic and unique, it provides a small escape from reality as the artist seems to be performing live from your house.