By Sophia Yakumithis I miss my friends. I often fantasize about how much fun it would be, in theory, to be trapped inside with them, passing the time like we’re at a middle school slumber party. But then it dawned on me that that would actually suck. I can’t think of anything worse than dealing […]

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By Sophia Yakumithis At this point, it’s safe to say that all of us know at least one person who’s come down with the ‘rona. And if not, congrats: you live under a rock. With stay-at-home orders slowly working their way state by state, we all want this madness to end as much as the […]

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By Sophia Yakumithis When I was in middle school, the only things I cared about were One Direction and Frappuccinos. And if you knew me during that time, I’m sorry. I hated myself, too, and probably flirted with you. Exposure to better music and maintaining a six-pack have unfortunately buried both of those 2012 essentials […]

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By Sophia Yakumithis Much like lyrical genius Ludacris, I too was 13 when I had my first love. Ain’t nobody in the world who compared to my baby: Academy Award winning actor Leonardo Dicaprio, who has recently been nominated for his sixth Oscar for his performance in the dramedy “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.” […]

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By Sophia Yakumithis The period of time between sixth and ninth grade was arguably the last time I felt something. And that’s because of One Direction.  The boy band, that is. I was a full blown “directioner.” I had the posters. I had the T-shirts. I read, and wrote, Wattpad fanfiction. If I looked you […]

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By Katrina Liu I’ve been to a handful of concerts in my lifetime, ranging from One Direction to Lifehouse to Kelly Clarkson. I’m a concert-lover, always standing up right when the opening chords play and always having the time of my life, whether I know all the songs on the setlist or just two.  From […]

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  Fall is the perfect time for artists to release their news songs and albums before the end of the year hits, when all anyone listens to is Christmas music. While many hits at the moment were released in previous months, there are still songs released this month that definitely made an impact on the […]

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There are three key features that I absolutely adore about James Corden: his boisterous laugh, his genuine charisma and, most importantly, his charming British accent. For anyone who does not appreciate the delights of late-night television, James Corden is the host of “The Late Late Show,” which airs on CBS. Similar to most nighttime talk […]

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While Adele’s glorious return dominates the music landscape this fall, there some other major stories. Modern music’s only relevant boy band, One Direction, and pop music’s Veruca Salt, Justin Bieber, will both release their albums Friday — “Made in the A.M.” and “Purpose,” respectively. It’s the biggest chart showdown in recent pop history. Their fan […]

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