By Amber Bhatnagar Wow. What a semester.  While 16 weeks and counting might seem long to most students, my time as Blog Editor this semester has flown right past me, and I can’t tell if that’s a blessing or a curse. Heck, this entire year has flown by, for obvious pandemic-related reasons. As I sit […]

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By Khadijah Khogeer Trader Joe’s has some hidden gems to keep you from spending what’s left of your broke-college-student budget on Uber Eats. These underrated food items make eating at home and diversifying your palate so easy.  Breakfast  Buttermilk Protein Pancake Mix Trader Joe’s Buttermilk Pancake mix only requires two ingredients: equal parts pancake mix […]

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By Katherine Wright Rediscovering an old “that was easy” button — a novelty of the middle-school era — has led me to do some soul-searching on what was “easy” and what no longer is.  It used to be easy to sneak candy into the movie theater, to snag the last open seat on the bus, […]

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By Andrew Harwood Given that this is my final post for the semester, I want to continue my streak of delivering to my audience a list for their consideration. I’ve already listed my 10 must-see films, and for this post I’ll shift my focus to my favorite underrated films.  Now, I understand some of these […]

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By Thalia Lauzon One day, the police will come knocking at my door with questions. I’ll end up having to answer and try not get arrested –– though, with my luck, I’ll fail. Why? Because I swear my hair is going to be found at some crime scene.  But, please, do not arrest me. I […]

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By Michelle Tian If you asked my friends to describe me in a few words, they’d most likely say things like “bubbly” or “curious.” But, if you asked my professors to describe me, oh boy, you would get a full range — from “quiet and shy and probably doesn’t know what she’s doing” to “talks […]

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By Sophia Yakumithis It’s time to leave this semester behind. Like, seriously, throw-it-away-and-don’t-look-back behind. Bluntly speaking, I’ve never had a worse semester. The year itself was completely doomed — and this Fall offered no exceptions. I’ve taken some time to reflect, and I realized some things that happened just a few months ago feel like […]

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By Emma Simonoff It’s commonly accepted that most romantic comedies don’t take place in our world. They break too many rules. They’re a kind of magical realism, which is most easily explained if you can look at romantic comedies as fantasy movies, or even as science fiction. Impossibilities can be coincidences — anyone in love […]

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