The month of October excites most people because Halloween is soon approaching and fall is officially beginning. Also, October is widely known and supported as National Breast Cancer Awareness month.
There you are, sitting in front of your box television, with a tape in your VCR ready to record the newest show on Nickelodeon. Everyone in school was telling you how funny “The Amanda Show” was going to be. You’ve watched the previews all week and you are finally ready to see what this new variety show is all about.
Many declared students wonder why liberal arts courses are required to take outside of their majors when they came to college. Many are under the impression that they would be studying in the major they have chosen.
Maroon 5’s newest album, “V,” was recently released, and with it, the radio hit “Animals.” However, the song has caught more attention for more than just its catchy tune and eccentric lyrics.
Exam tomorrow… Essay due at midnight… Laundry to do…. Hmmm. What can I do instead? As a typical college student, I always find myself procrastinating the work that I need to get done. Whenever I go on Facebook, I notice that my friends and family “share” articles on their page that catch my eye. These articles come from a website called Buzzfeed, which provides the perfect way to control any amount boredom.
There are a lot of new shows to look forward to watching this fall. A series that has been strongly advertised is “Gotham,” starring Ben McKenzie. It’s described as the origin story of the future police commissioner Jim Gordon. But seriously a Gotham without Batman? No thank you. “Gotham,” which premiered on Sept. 22, is on Fox and comes on Mondays at 8 p.m.
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Feminism means the advocacy for women on the basis of equality, which has been misconstrued by men in today’s world. The word feminism in… Read More
Let’s just say, if you would have told me three years ago I would be where I am today I would have laughed in… Read More