Everyone has a New Year’s resolution and it usually consists of eating better and exercising more frequently. I’m here to tell you that that is bullshit. Sorry guys, but it’s true. Do you honestly think that you are actually going to go to the gym in the frigid weather? Chances are you will freeze to […]
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When I think of winter, I think of the bone-chilling temperatures that come along with it. Personally, I dread the winter time; the cold temperatures make me feel lazy and getting out of bed in the morning for class is definitely a struggle. Also, I often find myself counting down the days until spring break […]
Are the police officers just doing their jobs, or are their actions considered police brutality? There have been many situations that have happened that shocked the nation, due to police brutality. Racism is the topic of discussion all around America. The Eric Garner case is the most recent incident that has the nation talking […]
Imagine a room full of newspaper cartoonists shot down for their artwork. Imagine a foreign country threatening a movie from being produced in the United States.
Every year at the beginning of January, college students get pesky emails reminding everyone to fill out their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). But what if all schools adopted tuition freezes so that no student had to worry about whether or not the tuition will be raised for their next four years? Would […]
If you had the chance to voice your opinions on global issues to people that could create a change, would you?
By this point in the semester, college students everywhere have met their breaking point and are literally in dire need of winter break. I know I speak for many when I say that the struggle is real.
It’s normal to hear some Americans every year in December engage in the controversy of whether we should say “Merry Christmas” or “Happy Holidays.” This argument falls right in the midst of the political and cultural battles of the saying ‘War on Christmas.’
There I was, 18 years-old standing in front of the Walt Disney World Casting team with nothing but my head-shot in hand and my dreams at stake.
It is getting closer to birthday, when I turn 21. It is known that most college students drink before they are 21. Some people anticipate being 21. It is the time of celebration for people this age because it matches up with them becoming an adult. Some parents even take their children who are becoming […]
“I want to fight someone. I want to have sex. I want to drink more.” These are just a few thoughts that go through people’s heads when they are intoxicated.
It’s nothing new that college students drink before going out or to a party.
The taste of red jungle juice falls down your throat a little easier than the first sip. You clench the red solo cup that you’d been babysitting all night. The butterflies in your stomach flutter under the pressure. The guy who you noticed since you entered the party is about to leave and you know […]
As I let the words gala and mansion sink in, filling my head with a fantastical ideal of a music-video worthy night spent in sequined dresses on a grand dark wooden stairwell swinging on a chandelier, I was hooked.
Streaming music is not a huge step up from pirating for artists.
There has been a lot of debate as to whether or not attending a four-year college or university is really worth it. Is it really necessary to get a bachelors degree in order to obtain a job that leads one to a good future?
Traveling the world is something many people dream of doing. The thing is you have to spend a lot of money to do it.
The best opportunities come from world traveling and experiencing cultures outside of your own.
As I woke up for my first college course two years ago, I rolled out of bed at eight, opened the full fridge in my home, grabbed some breakfast and drove 30 minutes to my new school.
Everyone has somebody who they can count on for anything, who they look up to, who they aspire to be like one day, for me that person was my Aunt Kathy.
With the holiday season approaching, people are more inclined to donate to charities supporting the homeless, but is your image of someone who is homeless entirely correct?
Homeless. The word settles through the mind and brings up portraits of dirty, gray streets, sullen faces and despair. Yet, these people are not just humans to condemn when walking past them while they are holding up a battered cardboard signs.
We have all heard those crazy songs. The ones that are so catchy you can’t just hold in yelling the lyrics out in the car. Or how about the ones about Mick Jagger or brushing your teeth with a bottle of Jack?
Imagine you and your partner are alone in your room and the pheromones start being released into the atmosphere and you both know what’s coming next.
A deeper look into California’s new ‘Yes Means Yes’ law reveals it may not be as helpful as it sounds.
On Oct. 31, tens of millions of Americans will celebrate Halloween by going trick or treating or attending costume parties.
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