Author Archives: Squincy Hill

Ripping Off My Students’ Art

This is just a collection of art from my students. I could try to write something fancy here, but what’s the point? My students are the ones doing the storytelling here. Kudos to them. I apologize in advance for the … Continue reading

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For the GOAT

I know it’s late October and you all may think I’m writing about the dogmeat Cubs. But no, this is wildly more important. I’m talking about Jacob Goedert. He doesn’t really do the Internet, but I know this will find … Continue reading

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Enlightenment from a Cabinet

My apartment in Korea is brand new. Like, so new that I was the first person to use the toilet, which I am super proud of. In fact, my whole building is so new that I am still the only person … Continue reading

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Seven Thousand Miles Ago

In the past few months, a lot of people have been asking me why I decided to come to Korea. I’ve given a lot of different answers in order to hide the fact that I don’t really have an answer. … Continue reading

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Your Microwave is Stealing Your Friends

Forget about the supposed damage that texting and social networking have done to your people skills. There is a culprit in our midst that’s much more common and accessible than Facebook or Twitter – and it’s out for blood. A … Continue reading

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Why I Hate Nebraska Football

Hate is a strong word but sometimes it’s a necessary word. My entire life I’ve been berated, ostracized, and belittled for my venomous attitude towards my home state’s football team. While simply saying, “They suck,” is a pretty good argument … Continue reading

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The Tyranny of the ‘Like’ Button

Bret Easton Ellis (author of American Psycho, The Rules of Attraction, etc.) recently said some pretty awesome shit about our generation. His account is a depressing but brutally enlightening take on our silly existence, which he refers to as ‘generation wuss’. Here’s … Continue reading

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