By Sophia Yakumithis I haven’t written about hot guys for a while, and since I have freedom of speech, that’s exactly what I want to do today.  However, I’m not going to do that. I don’t think a lady boner is what the people need to read about right now. Instead, I’m going to outline […]

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By Katrina Liu On Feb. 15, British TV presenter Caroline Flack committed suicide at the age of 40. The event caused a frenzy online, calling into question the role of social media on one’s mental and emotional wellbeing.  This isn’t the first time the internet has had this conversation, and unfortunately, it will not be […]

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By Michelle Lu Tian  I started writing this piece the night before its deadline. I had the entire week, but I decided to put it off until today when I have heaps of homework waiting ahead of me.  This is procrastination at its finest.  I love procrastinating. It’s probably the only thing I’m a master […]

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By Sophia Yakumithis February 2020: I am broke and jobless. Let this lede memorialize my credit card balance so I can look back on it and laugh when I’m the editor in chief of GQ Magazine. Right now, I’m in an awkward position. I’m a full-time student with two unpaid gigs that take up essentially […]

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By Aasha Amber Bhatnagar In a world full of selfishness, it seems like putting ourselves first should be easy. In reality, though, putting ourselves first can come off as being self-absorbed or lacking empathy for others. Putting yourself first actually means that you’re being as kind to yourself as you should be to others. Even […]

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By Katherine Wright  In the digital age, short attention spans, constant distractions and easy access to all forms of entertainment create the perfect storm for procrastination.  With midterms and spring break in the next two weeks, productivity is crucial at this time of the semester. However, productivity is no easy feat and is often accompanied […]

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By Julia Furmanek This past December, I did a thing. I shaved my head.  After years of trying to grow my hair out — only sabotaging the progress with some impulsive, emotionally-instigated cuts, or, even worse, botched home-dye jobs — I had enough.  At this point, my hair was dead three times over, assaulted by […]

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By Autumn Moon I never thought that I’d be someone who participated in Greek life.  Throughout high school, my friends expressed their excitement at the idea of joining a sorority or fraternity where they imagined making life-long friends, fulfilling philanthropic goals and having busy social lives. I never envisioned myself joining that community. Everything I […]

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By Andrew Harwood In the cinematic world, live action films are, for the most part, the most prevalent form of film. Whether it be a narrative film, documentary or even a short film, live action films have been dominating the business since the turn of the 20th century. But a departure from live action films […]

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