By Julia Furmanek We’ve all seen it before, the classic end-of-the-night move: you’re out with the gang when one of them decides to interrupt a lively discussion with math: “So… the pizza was $15.50, you had two slices so… do you think you could Venmo me like $2.75?” Good old Venmo, there to keep things […]

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By Khadijah Khogeer As soon as I click on the Sephora website, the first thing I see is an endless list of beauty products, from bronzers to eyeliners.  I typically browse the best-sellers and new arrivals first because, as someone who loves to frequently try out new products, I find it easier to put my […]

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By Peter Colaner Last week I saw “Tenet,” and no, this is not a “Tenet” review as you can see from the title. I have yet to develop a fully fleshed opinion on “Tenet” and hence have not reviewed it yet.  However, Christopher Nolan’s action-thriller did motivate me to go back and watch the rest […]

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By Katherine Wright The Evil Queen’s infamous magic mirror in “Snow White” is a mesmerizing device.  Can you imagine having the ability to receive answers to the most unknowable, biased, selfish questions out there? You could finally know the truth about the life-altering mysteries you previously thought to be unanswerable. It would be like having […]

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By Maya Mabern When Hulu’s “High Fidelity” premiered, I actually squealed out loud.   As a fan of the 2000 film starring John Cusack, I was ecstatic for Zoe Kravitz to retell the story of the pretentious music nerd who realizes she’s the common denominator in all of her failed relationships.   Similar to the original film, […]

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By Ananya Panchal If I had a quarter for every time someone told me “it’s time to move on,” I wouldn’t have spent the past week trying to acquire 16 quarters for just one load of laundry. In other words, I’d be rich.  Side note — can someone explain to me how we are in […]

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By Hannah Shearer Last week, my friend was talking about a time in a Scottish pub when she ordered a Long Island Iced Tea and it came with a cocktail parasol — or as I will from now on refer to them as, a Little Drink Umbrella. I couldn’t stop thinking about it. A Little […]

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By Andrew Harwood What is life?  The question that has stumped freshman college students and ignited debates between scholars is just as prevalent now than ever. What is the purpose of working, studying, hanging out with friends and sleeping just to do it all over again the next day? As existential as it sounds, this […]

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By Emma Simonoff Kevin Smith’s 2014 film “Tusk” is kind of scary, kind of funny and completely disgusting. I have a vivid memory of watching the trailer in sick fascination that stuck with me until I finally watched it one rainy October day on my dorm room floor.  In the film, Justin Long plays a […]

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