Articles by Julia Corrie

Growing Up with Disney and ‘Turning Red’

By Julia Corrie Disney and Pixar Animation Studios have released their first full-length film of 2022, Turning Red. The story follows 13-year-old girl Meilin, who struggles to balance being the perfect daughter and navigate 8th grade.  Domee Shi is the first solo female director in…



A Quick Fix: Unhealthy Coping Mechanisms in Response to Stress

By Julia Corrie College students are put under an overwhelming amount of stress on a regular basis. Whether it be from academic or social pressures, the feelings are sometimes never ending. There are plenty of resources and programs in place on college campuses to manage…





Reproductive Rights: Florida’s Future

By Julia Corrie On Saturday, Oct. 2, over 200 people gathered at the Plaza de la Constitución for a “Bans Off Our Bodies” march. Organized by the Women’s March Alliance of North Florida, a variety of speakers were invited to tell their stories; I was…


“30 Years of 30 Fears: Never Go Alone”

By Julia Corrie On October 14, the Flagler College Campus Activities Board invited students to Halloween Horror Nights (HHN) at Universal Studios Orlando. From 5 p.m. until 2 a.m., the night was filled with excitement and horrors for the attending students. One-night tickets for the…