Imani McGarrell, Texas State University and Jenna Ramsey, Seattle University
To celebrate the end of finals, we look back on everything that’s happened since the beginning of the 2015-16 school year.
Jenna Ramsey, Seattle University
It’s my—kind of unsafe—safety net.
“Creep” is not one of them.
Drake is back, and he’s more emotionally confused than ever.
Spoiler: There is very little thrill of the game.
If you didn’t already like violins and whistling, this guy will change your mind.
It turns out people drink tea without ice and call hamburgers barbecue?
It’s only March, but I’ve already seen my favorite movie of the year.
Is it just nostalgia that’s made music ownership a fond memory, or has the industry actually taken a wrong turn?
The 2016 presidential race is almost as ridiculous as this show.
On religious campuses, what’s more important: the dogma of the school or the voices of the students?
Jenna Ramsey, Seattle University and Guest Contributor
Impressively, none of them have matured since 2012.
Please, don’t vote for someone based on gender.
Don’t expect another Fargo.
From Bowie’s death to a debate over the shape of the Earth, here are all the crazy things that happened in January 2016.
The schadenfreude is just how you know it’s working.
From the perspective of a 20-year-old voter who plans to go with Bernie Sanders.
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