By Sophia Yakumithis The Grammys are white-washed. Every year, the ceremony infamously snubs minority artists of deserved wins in its general categories, boxing their success into alternative ones. Because of these apparent racial biases, musicians have taken to social media to call out the Recording Academy’s decisions. One of the most well-known manifestations of this […]

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By Katrina Liu One of the few things in life that brings me joy is music. I love almost all kinds of music — well, no one has sold me on metal and screamo — and I love receiving recommendations. More than half of my Spotify library are songs people have told me to listen […]

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By Khadijah Khogeer One weekend, I was hanging out in my friend’s apartment when I overheard one of my friends saying, “But like, who even goes on Reddit?” I quickly chimed in that I, of course, browse through Reddit from time to time.  I mean, doesn’t everyone find themselves at some point falling down the […]

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By Michelle Tian I wish that title was clickbait. But it’s not. I think it’s safe to say my last couple of weeks were a bit rough. I had a small surgery in late September — which is another long-ass story for another time — and the dentist gave me antibiotics.  Little did I know, […]

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By Emma Simonoff At the risk of being kicked out of college, I want to confess that I’m really dumb. I can only name, like, four of the presidents. I have a thesaurus tab open at all times and I’ve never been sure how to use a dash. And it’s not just school stuff. A […]

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By Katherine Wright  Every pet owner knows that one of the hardest parts of going to college is leaving your animals behind. They don’t understand why we left, when we’re returning and where we could possibly be. And they definitely don’t understand FaceTime.  After spending the last six months or so quarantining at home, I […]

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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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By Sophia Yakumithis Thanksgiving is approaching and I could not be more excited.  With the exception of a few drunk uncles, my family always brings wholesome dialogue to the table — a great time to catch up after spending almost an entire semester away at school. My family is Greek, so our Thanksgiving dinner includes […]

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In this globalized and technological world, where smartphones do all the hard research and work if you ask nicely, we cannot deny how easy and useful is to make every aspect of our lives digitized. Google and other websites become lifelines when writing a paper, studying and reading the news. But can we feel the […]

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