by Gisele Campos “Follow God” is a musical masterpiece by Kanye West. This song is…
It’s finally happening! Papa Zuckerberg is finally allowing all of us all to shed our useless physical bodies and transcend into the Metaverse where our full virtual forms can finally be realized! If you haven’t been keeping up with the news, you might have not heard, but Facebook is no more.
About a month ago, The New York Times published an article by Robert Kolker entitled “Who Is the Bad Art Friend?” and achieved the impossible: making me care about literary drama.
After a two year hiatus, Mitski’s reactivated social media accounts leaked a new song, an accompanying music video, and pre-sale tickets for her spring 2022 tour. Her new track, “Working for the Knife”, is everything you would imagine a two-year-in-the-making Mitski single to be.
The only viable option seemed to be the Iced Matcha Green Tea Latte. I took the first sip. An euphoric sensation overwhelmed my entire being. The sweetness hit my tongue as my eyes widened in disbelief. I think I saw God.
Can this be classified as a salad? This must be rock bottom. My attempt at making this a shared experience was wholly unnecessary. The shame I felt just added to my level of down bad and forced me into a deeper spiral. This was a peak depression meal for me.
Michael Cera’s album True That is like if Kurt Cobain became the lead singer for Neutral Milk Hotel and his voice never finished puberty. In his songs, Michael gently reaches out to hold your hand, kisses you softly on the cheek, and hands you a warm glass of milk.
From the moment Adam and Eve suddenly covered their bits with leaves, or when the cavemen started comparing, clothing has evolved from bare necessity into a multi-trillion dollar luxury industry used to reflect modern social commentary and art expression.
I can’t believe I have to say this, but… getting plastic surgery isn’t the empowering feminist move that people make it out to be.
When asked about what one knows about Type 1 diabetes, most of Gen Z’s answers will involve Nick Jonas. I mean, who can forget when Nick talked about his diagnosis on the Jonas Brothers’ “Living the Dream Series,” which appeared in between shows on Disney Channel? But it’s time to add a new name to the diabetic community: Lila Moss.