Emily Suvannasankha, University of Central Florida
When you accept Sagan’s musings as universal fact, college (and life) becomes a bit more bearable.
Come on, Niantic. Do you even want us to play anymore?
What’s the point though?
Three foolproof ways to wrangle your cohabitants into friendship, as well as why you should wrangle them in the first place.
On the bright side, it leads to some great comedic material.
Wait till you see who plays the token hot guy.
Three reasons to get your loathe on.
Contrary to popular belief, Japanese isn’t harder to learn than other languages, it’s just misunderstood.
A full ride doesn’t mean an easy ride.
Or, why the nerds are suddenly exercising.
Nothing can really prepare you for the colors, noise and insanity, but we’ll try anyway.
From sending silent messages to remembering trivia for school, knowing sign language can come in handy.
When your new major is even less useful than your old one, telling your friends and family requires a plan.
Hopefully you’re not a Rowlet.
For a show based on the concept of happily ever after, Regina really can’t catch a break.
Though his cynicism rarely benefits him, Squidward’s pessimism at least mitigates the constant abuse he endures. And I think we can learn from him.
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