By Thalia Lauzon Let’s say you have a four-hour conversation with a friend. It begins at 1:00 a.m. on New Year’s Eve with your friend telling you her sort-of stepfather murdered his mistress in a car — true story. However, sometime between 1:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m, you also talk about the best way to […]

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By Julia Furmanek  As anyone who’s taken enough rides in my car will tell you, I am not the most organized person. I’m actually quite the opposite of organized. Back in high school, my maroon Toyota housed a pretty eclectic assortment of trash, and the jingle of empty Red Bull cans clinking together was ever-present […]

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By Thalia Lauzon My friends like to call me 82 years old because of my atrocious lack of knowledge about pop culture, technology and social media. However, I was welcomed into the 2010s after finally getting Netflix and Hulu over the break. And it’s a complete game changer. I’m now able to follow my family’s […]

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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 Michelle Tian Alright, guys, get ready for the most Gen Z blog post you’ll ever read in your life.  When TikTok first gained popularity in February, I wanted to be like those “cool kids” and hop on the bandwagon of completely dissing the app. I hadn’t heard a single thing about it that would […]

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By Michelle Lu Tian Remember when we said to ourselves that 2020 was going to be our year? Well, was I right?  We rang in this new year with the Australian bushfires, then thought there was going to be a World War III. Next, a legendary athlete and his daughter passed away. But now? COVID-19, […]

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