Reviews of the Top 5 Songs on iTunes

As college students, we’re very familiar with the top list of songs on iTunes. This is mostly because we hear them thousands of times a day between parties, bars, and whatever Forever 21 is playing. To know which songs to keep on your Turn Down 4 Wut playlist and which songs to never speak of […]

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Bleachers Is Plenty of Fun

There have been many members of famous bands that venture away from what originally made them stars and try something new.  Dave Grohl went from Nirvana to start Foo Fighters.  Gordon Matthew Thomas Sumner, now known as Sting, had his origins with The Police.  Pharrell Williams was a founder of The Neptunes and N.E.R.D., and […]

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Random Fact of the Day: Are You Addicted To Coffee?

Coffee is what gets most of us through college.  It keeps us awake during lectures, helps us concentrate on our studies, and makes it possible to pull all nighters.  Basically, coffee is what makes the college world go around.  Without it, we students would not be able to do nearly as well as we do. However, […]

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Conor McGregor: Flash in the Pan or the Real Deal?

(Image via cagepotato.com) Over the weekend, featherweight Conor McGregor demolished Diego Brandao in an easy fashion moving his record to 15-2. Fight Night 46 didn’t have to be memorable, but the hometown hero gave Dublin a hell of a show. “Notorious” has always been known for his unapologetic post-fight interviews and his hilarious tweets. His […]

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The Woes Of Living With Your Bestie: Grievance #1

Living with your best friend and getting along as roommates is wonderful, magical, and an incredibly lucky situation to be in; however, we all know that there are some things just too good to be true.  In my next few articles, I’ll be discussing some of the hardships I am faced with due to my wonderful, magical, […]

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5 Resolutions You Should Make for the School Year

With the fast-approaching end of July comes August, and before you know it, the school year will begin its slow journey to our favorite time—the end! Everybody always has high hopes for the new academic year: be more social, get better grades, be more involved. Very few people can seem to actually make any of […]

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The Consequences of Online Fame

For a recent school project, I researched how internet culture has changed or recreated the concept of celebrity. It seems especially relevant, considering Vine star Nash Grier’s recent mishaps. Alex Day is another example–more specifically, he is an example of how YouTube can provide fame and create a sort of celebrity. A necessary and important […]

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Why You Shouldn’t Worry About Food

Eating can certainly be a stressful endeavor. Everyone experiences dietary ups and downs as delicious flavors come and go and body weights fluctuate sporadically. From what I’ve witnessed, everyone feels guilty at some point in life for consuming an obnoxious amount of food that is both delightful to the taste yet horrifically unhealthy. And unfortunately […]

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The Best Volunteering Positions To Look For

The most useful volunteering experience that a student can get is one that involves extensive training. This is because volunteer positions that incorporate training often require sophisticated and professional knowledge in order to perform the tasks required for the job. Training like this is crucial for jobs in the future that require professional experience and […]

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How To Be Romantic

Hello, fellow collegiate students. I know we’re all broke and often in a “hookup” state of mind, but let’s get real for a second. We all want that special someone. So. If you come across an extraordinary individual who gives you those butterfly feelings, here’s what you should do: 1. Be on the lookout for […]

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