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Kenneth Miller
Kenneth Miller was an Editorial Intern at BTR in the summer of 2015.

In addition to his work for BTRtoday, he has been a contributor at Thought Catalog, a weekly columnist at The Purchase Beat, the Editorial Assistant at Hooligan Magazine, and co-host of the podcast Trigger Warning on WPSR.

Kenneth was a student at Purchase College and has a dumb love for knitwear, murder mystery shows, and Regina Spektor. He's really bad at movies (except documentaries because he obsessively watches those), being appropriately affectionate towards puppies, tweeting, and expressing his feelings.
Recent Posts
School Week – With the rising cost of tuition and lack of market places for creatives, art school seems to be exclusive to elites. Art degrees, essentially, are usually only applicable to those who have a disposable income, or have the energy to work multiple jobs in order to sustain a living.
Famed Filmmaker Wes Anderson inspires an honorary tribute, pop-up weekend gallery exhibit at the Joseph Gross Gallery in New York City. Over 70 international artists were featured.
Happiness Week – Regardless of genre preference, most of the abiding tunes from our teen years are intertwined within our frontal brain lobes as good, intrinsic happiness triggers. Research Psychologist Daniel J. Levitin delved into the inquiry of how music from our teen years stays a source of happiness throughout our lives.
From cheese fries to grilled cheese to spaghetti, our favorites have one thing in common: carbohydrates.
Happiness Week – How do we stay happy? BTR staffers spell out the strategies we use in our daily lives, including painting nails, hiking the forest pats, finding neighborhood cats, or translating our feelings of felicity into words.
Photographer Nona Faustine poses nude before former New York City slave trading spots, calling attention to history’s enduring legacy. The Brooklyn-born artist has been bringing awareness to the city’s roots in slavery within her latest self-portrait series, “White Shoes.”

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