• alex walsh

    Frenemies

    Revisiting Friends in 2017

    February 2, 2017
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    It was late December. Having just finished (what will hopefully turn out to be) the worst finals week of my undergraduate life, I needed to do something that would entertain without educating, requiring thought, or upsetting me. This—along with an offhand comment from my mom about old TV shows—is what led me to Friends.   […]

    Single or Ready to Mingle?

    Dating Do or Dies

    October 20, 2016
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    You’ve probably heard someone say that college is the best time to meet your life partner. Maybe your parents met in college, or through their friends, or through the people who lived next door to your parents’ friends. Maybe your roommate has been dating someone since first-year orientation. Whatever the case, there’s an inherent excitement […]

    Why I Don’t Hate Math

    in defense of everyone’s least favorite subject

    October 13, 2016
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    What is an article about math doing in Arts & Culture? Math is terrible and I don’t want to read about it. My geometry teacher was so mean. She made us write stupid proofs about triangles. I hate triangles. I’ll never use math in my life. I’m bad at it anyway. If you’ve thought, said […]