If you do not know what Diwali is, it is the festival of lights that is celebrated by millions of Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, and Jains all over the world. Ultimately, it marks the victory of light over dark, good over evil, and hope over despair.
I want to remind everyone that… *Ahem* We are in the: MIDDLE of a GODDAMN FUCKING PANDEMIC!!!!! Thank you. That is all.
Who would’ve thought backstabbing your friends would be so much fun? The mobile gaming sensation “Among Us” has absolutely skyrocketed in popularity over the past few weeks, thanks to its generally enjoyable gameplay and meme-able content.
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.
COVID-19 has reached the White House. President Donald Trump revealed early Friday morning that he and First Lady Melania Trump tested positive for the coronavirus.
Autumn has arrived, and we’ve less than three months until 2021. A lot has changed since that fateful March 9th afternoon when the Office of the President informed us that face-to-face instruction would be suspended.
“These are strange and unprecedented times.” “I hope you’re staying safe.” “We’re all in this together!” Blah, blah, blah. Yeah, well, that’s not gonna stop me from calling out an asshole when I see one.
Earlier this month, the nation marked the nineteenth anniversary of the September 11, 2001, terror attacks with our usual solemnity, care, and grief. Photos of the burning World Trade Center were once again splashed across social media, lest anyone get the impression that they had forgotten the event which so scarred our collective consciousness.
After being placed on pause due to the Coronavirus, the NBA is finally back in full playoff mode. The action is taking place down in Orlando, Florida encased in a luxurious bubble under the supervision of Mickey Mouse.
The first weeks after students return to college campuses are always a period of unbridled revelry. Young adults who spent the summer in dead-end minimum wage jobs reunite with old friends and can once again entertain the possibility of getting laid on a twin XL mattress. Freshmen, free from parents’ watchful eyes for the first time, scramble to establish social circles and show their new friends how quickly they can poison themselves with Svedka and Bud Light. It is a time of new beginnings and crippling hangovers.