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January 17

Have You Nerd Update

Hello readers! Have You Nerd is no longer publishing pieces for the foreseeable feature. However, we will keep the site live so you can still enjoy all the wonderful content on here! You can still follow Terra and Meg on Twitter. This post has been overdue for quite some time, so apologies for the delay, […]

April 17

NYC Culture Shock

Now that I’ve spent a month in New York City, specifically Brooklyn, I’ve adjusted enough to process the biggest mundane shocks for me. Everyone jaywalks. In Seattle, I’ve seen multiple people being stopped by bicycle cops and given tickets for jaywalking where there are absolutely no cars around. Here in NYC, if you’re able to […]

April 12

Chewie, We’re…. Home?

It has almost been one month since I moved to New York City.

January 19

2015 Nerd Year’s Resolutions

By: Meg Humphrey   So I may not have exactly hit all of my resolutions last year. That’s pretty normal for me as I’m sure it is for many people. Reminder: if you didn’t accomplish something you wanted to, think about all of the amazing things you DID do. I didn’t find a new job […]

December 05

The Force Awakens in Fandom

By: Meg Humphrey   There are more than enough Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens breakdowns out there, so I don’t really want to talk about that. What I do want to address is about community. Star Wars is a behemoth of a franchise that comes with just as big of a fanbase. There […]

August 25

RIP Attenborough, Jurassic Park Legend

By: TCO We lost a legend this weekend — Lord Richard Attenborough died just five days short of his 91st birthday. Although Attenborough had been in poor health since his stroke in 2008, he lived a fruitful life. One full of love, art, and kindness. A talented man, Attenborough was an actor, producer, and director. He […]

May 21

Return of the Kaiju King

By: Meg Humphrey Heads up: SPOILERS!! Because this is a fairly simple movie, there’s really no way to talk about it without going over the entire story. I grew up watching monster movies like Godzilla with my dad. He would help me build tissue and cereal box towns in the living room for me to […]