By Samantha Gross, Concordia University Irvine
And everybody else, for that matter.
You don’t need a date to sit on your couch.
The ultimate guide for trading in that trusted handle of Jack Daniels for RA-friendly activities.
An in-depth look at cultural appropriation in the American houses from an overly involved Harry Potter fan.
Welcome to campus, now please take notes.
When you’re raised by a holistic health practitioners, popping pills is all you know.
Its greatest strength? Accessibility—the series is scary enough to frighten, but buoyant enough to attract all types of viewers.
The ins and outs of social media encounters with the people responsible for your grades.
It may have been overshadowed by “Hamilton” at the Tonys, but “Waitress” should definitely be on your radar.
In a nutshell: Diversity, authentic representation and Lin-Manuel Miranda.
It’s not for looks.
Your guide to successfully living in one place with twice the shit.
A single girl’s tips for surviving in a world run by couples.
The phrase superficially appropriates Native American customs. Plus, there’s a way better word to use.
In the midst of constantly adding and removing titles, the streaming service has quietly been adjusting the ratios of what goes and in and comes out.
Fuck is one of them, but not in the way you’re thinking.
“Oh, the baby’s technically due on Friday, but we’re inducing on Thursday so that we can do the baptism on Sunday.”
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