Throughout this whole ordeal, I’ve been shocked by how much casual indifference there has by on the parts of so many to this crisis based on the belief that it “only” affects other people. Many have expressed the desire to continue about their daily lives or semester without interruption, even if that endangers the lives of many in their communities. The navel-gazing is not exclusive to Gen Z and millennials, as many on twitter and the in the media have suggest. Brueghel’s and Auden’s works are testaments that these attitudes have been common throughout history, whether it be eighty or five hundred years ago.
Like many revolutionary thinkers, I will be publishing my work anonymously. I know that I will call out some powerful people and do not want to put myself or those I love at risk. So here we go: I propose that the paper’s Earwax and News sections officially secede and form their own publication.
Sup bro dudes, it’s your boy, back to tell you about the latest insanity that has pegged my mind these past couple weeks. THE DEATH OF DEMOCRACY! HOORAY! IT’S FINALLY HAPPENING!
Starbucks has introduced something so revolutionary, so delectable, and simply incredible, that I almost forgive them for shoving pumpkin spice lattes down my throat every fall. I’m talking about its newest member of the pumpkin spice family, the Pumpkin Cream Cold Brew. I dare to say that it is far superior to the infamous Pumpkin Spice Latte.
When my friend Richard invited me to grab Filipino food with him and a few other friends, I had no choice but to accept his kind offer. Mainly because my original plans for the day had fallen through, leaving me disappointed and without purpose. But I was also enticed that this excursion involved two of my favorite things at college: exploring NYC with friends and trying new, delicious foods.
Whoever invented the Zoom Breakout Room feature owes reparations to every college student in America. You do not know the damage you have done to our frayed nervous and broken spirits. We hate breakout rooms.
Coffee is like a toxic friend. You love hanging out with them in the moment, but they always end up backstabbing you. Tea, on the other hand, is like your favorite English professor. It’s always there for you, and they both have the “dark academia” vibe that we all love. There’s no doubt that tea is better than coffee.
Zendaya Coleman made history at the 72nd Emmy Awards, taking the coveted top prize in the “Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama” category for her portrayal of Rue Bennett in HBO’s “Euphoria.” In doing so, she becomes the youngest Emmy winner in this category at the age of 24.
HBO Max’s Unpregnant is witty, surprising, and timely
Why crying is a great form of self care.
Season 18 of The Ellen Show premiered on September 21 to the dismay of everybody except middle-aged women. The show was bombarded with toxic workplace allegations, and Ellen decided to address them in her opening monologue. The following will be a comprehensive review and overall rating of Ellen DeGeneres’s apology.