Vanessa Chen, Franklin and Marshall College
Why watch BuzzFeed when you can watch someone driving a car through a sofa?
The Indian-adapted Netflix series’ important social commentary is shadowed by its inconsistencies.
Here’s to hoping someone invents a time machine asap.
There are more ways to feel great about yourself than having sex.
Social media companies are writing the protocol for policing internet hate speech in real time, and this time they got it right.
Despair is in.
You call it oversexed, I call it romantic.
No need to wonder how it ends — it sucks.
The cat’s out of the bag now, though.
Love triangles, academic stress and journalistic persecution? The shows might be foreign, but the concepts certainly aren’t.
Life, uh, did not find a way.
Acupuncture, cupping and jade-rolling are shaking.
Creating blissfully angelic pictures is so simple that anyone can do it, at least in theory.
Exploiting a mentally-fragile convicted felon as a source of entertainment borders on reckless journalism.
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