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Who’s excited for reading period?
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"Sure, we just got hit by some unexpected snow here in NYC, but now that we’re on the brink of midterms season that can only mean one thing: Spring break is right around the corner!"
There's plenty of queer history to learn and queer media to consume during spring break!
"When I came to college, I expected to find a boyfriend."
It's time to say "shalom."
"I am not a makeup guru, but since I am not blessed with good skin and have gotten several Sephora gift cards each birthday, I have quite the makeup collection—and I utilize it extensively"
Is creativity still possible with only six products?
"In the past few months, I’ve been expressing myself a lot via large, funky earrings—and people have noticed!"
"If your family is planning on visiting New York, chances are they’ll be looking to you to be their personal tour guide for the duration of their stay"
"Even though I was born and raised in New England, I have always hated winter"
Don't let winter ruin your skin.
"Not going to lie—I didn’t expect much going into this year’s Grammy awards."
"Queer portrayal is becoming much more mainstream, with the majority of TV shows on the air featuring at least one token queer character or gay power couple. However, Killing Eve, starring Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer, brings a new dimension to the portrayal of queer female love, one that is refreshing in all of its raw, ambiguous, rough, and tender glory"
"It’s Top Chef season again, which means it’s time for a completely unbiased, spoiler-ridden rating of previous seasons"
Hint: the winner is usually some white guy.
"Yasna Vismale shares her secrets for getting involved in finance as a freshman woman of color with Ellie Hansen"
Yasna Vismale shares her secrets for getting involved in finance as a freshman woman of color.
"Speaking in class can be extremely difficult. Often, even if you know you have something valuable to say, it feels like less of a risk to stay silent and let someone take the mic"
Tips straight from professors themselves.
"Ellen Page recently made headlines for her emotional appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and for calling out Chris Pratt because he supports a church whose beliefs are infamously anti-LGBTQ. Apart from that, she has done so much for the queer community and the world in general, so here are the four best things about her"
Not just her acting (though, that's top-notch too).
"If you haven’t been living under a rock, you might be aware that this season’s Bachelor, Colton Underwood, is a virgin. The show that champions playing into sexist stereotypes has taken itself to new levels with its campaign on Underwood"
The Bachelor could do so much better.
"Manhattan’s hidden gems, where no money is needed to feast your eyes or your stomach, are not as well-known but worth the subway trip. Here are five unique places I have come across"
Find somewhere new in NYC to explore.
"Hey there, Upper West Siders..."
Hey there, Upper West Siders...
"In the second half of 2018, incredible music was released, and with many high-profile musicians releasing new music in the first few months of 2019, it appears that trend will continue. As tends to happen in such a deep field, songs that deserve more recognition slip through the cracks"
You may have missed these.
"I learned about Molly when I first heard the album’s single “To The Boys,” a pop song in the style of '60s girl groups that, instead of being a love song to a partner, acts as a love song to herself"
"I was really inspired to write a song that empowered women or young girls."
"There are five Republicans who have publicly expressed interest in running against Trump in the 2020 Republican primary: Bob Corker, Larry Hogan, John Kasich, Bill Kristol and Bill Weld"
"You get into the elevator and your friend’s roommate’s friend is standing there. You’re not 100 percent sure of her name—definitely not sure enough to say it to her face"
Prepare to be uncomfortable.
"We’re all on our own separate paths and carving out individual trajectories of growth for ourselves"
It's never too late to meet new people.
"New city, new school, new me, right? Not quite"
I came to college with an inflated sense of optimism about my fashion game. New city, new school, new me, right? Not quite.
"All I have ever wanted was someone’s partially used facial cleanser"
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"There is something so satisfying about laying down on my bed with a pint of Ben and Jerry’s and watching a sensationalist version of life"
I’m not going to lie: I love teen dramas.
"You know who you are"
You know who you are.
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