Sofia Rivera, Simmons College
Say goodbye to embarrassing pictures and hello to jobs, cash and the unlimited validation of the skills and endorsements section.
Wherever you stand on the issue, I think we can at least agree that they’ve made sexting a lot weirder.
With dinner-less dinner parties and cardboard coffee tables, homemaking has never been easier.
Though well intentioned, clearer explanations of consent are not the solution. In fact, they might be part of the problem.
The Olympics have ended, and it looks like the network won’t be winning any gold medals.
The good, the bad and the adult-y.
Both figures are defined by one ugly quality, but it’s what’s made them both famous.
Politics and mobile games merge in HRC’s app—but should they?
In a fast-paced and often impersonal world, these simple acts of kindness are easy for you and meaningful for them.
And not just because he unironically rode a bicycle everywhere.
The intense scrutiny over Clinton’s clothing is moronic at best, sexist at worst.
How to boost your beachability with little to no actual effort.
Mostly though, just please stop talking about it.
Despite going to a woman-centered college, I’ve been disappointed to find that the hashtag version of feminism has become the norm.
Three very serious and very important lessons I learned in Spain.
Don’t go toward the (blue) light.
“Let inspirational quotes be your guide to success.” — Sofia Rivera
If you don’t think Béyonce is an artist after listening to her newest album, you’re wrong.
It may or may not involve a lot of lying.
Who says dates are all about romance?
While studying abroad I have discovered that not only does milk come in unrefrigerated boxes, it has fish in it.
But is it love at first sniff?
In reality, marketing a collection of baggy gray clothing as your “Ungendered” line is self-congratulatory at best, manipulative at worst.
I’m involuntarily living a life without mirrors and I (mostly) miss them.
Is Starbucks exploiting your sweet tooth? Yes. Yes it’s delicious and yes they are.
Solid acting, a catchy soundtrack and a spruced-up take on the dusty genre will coax you into episode after episode.
Sofia Rivera, Simmons College and Guest Contributor
These shoes weren’t made for walking, but that’s exactly what we’ll do.
Once again, thanks to the internet, another uncomfortable rite of adolescent passage has disappeared. But the awkward stage, despite its unpleasantries, is necessary.
Spoiler! It’s basically the same as watching it at home.
But you only live once, right??
Unfortunately, it took a really long time to make this list.
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