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Caliber Magazine | April 23, 2014

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About Jo W.

Jo W.

Jo W.

Hello there! Thank you so much for reading my blog post. Hope you will at least be amused by these facts about me: (A) Sophomore for the 2012-13 school year. (B) Intending to major in MCB. (C) Aspiring novelist who has been published in "Gothology, Vol II: Misery Loves Company," "Thrones of Desire" and "Underneath the Juniper Tree Magazine." (D) ACTIVELY SEEKING LITERARY AGENCY REPRENSENTATION! (E) Alternative model under the alias Carmilla Jo.

Posts By Jo W.

Monsters University vs. UC Berkeley

May 8, 2013 | | One Comment Is anyone else as excited to see Pixar's Monsters University when it comes out in theaters this summer? When Monsters Inc. came out in 2001, we were all probably in elementary school. Now that Pixar is releasing Monsters University while we're in college, it is exciting to see the characters we knew Read More

Sheng Kee is a Drug Lord

April 23, 2013 | I am proud to declare myself a straightedge. Never in my life have I ever smoked, done drugs, or drank to the point of getting drunk. However, even with my clean lifestyle, I am not invulnerable to falling prey to obsessions and addictions. Video games? Yep, I spent months shooting enemies and was Read More

Wacko: Purveyor of Post-Pop Culture

April 9, 2013 |     If you're ever in the Hollywood area of SoCal, do yourself a favor and visit Wacko: Purveyor of Post-Pop Culture! Or simply known as Wacko. I've had the pleasure of coming to this wonderful store twice - the first time was 3 years ago, and the second time was this past spring Read More

Happy Belated Puppy Day!

March 30, 2013 | Last week, literally right after my Desserts For Breakfast post was published, as I was basking in the number of likes my article was getting, I Internet-surfed and found out from SF Chronicle that March 23rd, last Saturday, was National Puppy Day! "How the hell am I not aware of this?" I berated Read More

Desserts for Breakfast

March 23, 2013 | My dad must be a genius. As if graduating from Cal with a PhD before I was born isn't enough, he bequeathed me with dietary advice one day during my bratty angst-ridden high school phase. Me: I want to eat chocolate, but I can't because I'm such a fatty! Dad: Why don't you eat it as part of breakfast? Me: Read More

Album Review: “Le Diable Dans Mon Ame Pleure” by Proyecto Oniric

March 16, 2013 | Step into a dream, a dream that leads you into its world as you step upon spiral staircases made out of winding piano keys that glow beneath the gentle sunlight. That's what I envision when I enter the aural landscape of gothic neoclassical artist Proyecto Oniric. Proyecto Oniric is the musical project Read More

Out & Equal at Work

March 10, 2013 |   ANTHOLOGY SHOWCASES HOW EQUALITY IN THE WORKPLACE ADVANCES COMPANIES   Out & Equal at Work is an anthology consisting of thirty-six stories from lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender business leaders who hold prestigious positions in the workplace, including those who work as executives Read More

Oscar’s Best Animated Films 2013

February 23, 2013 | | One Comment The Oscars are this Sunday! Everyone else can go drool and/or cringe over who wore what, or debate about which film will win Best Picture. As a former animation student and ex-aspiring Disney and Pixar animator, the Best Animated Film category may be the only segment that I plan to catch on TV, or maybe Read More