• softt

    Tips to Make it Out of Finals Alive (On the Inside, As Well!)

    December 5, 2018
    article by Kahini Mehta

    Stress-beating tips from someone who isn’t qualified to give tips about stress-beating DISCLAIMER: This is me reminding you that I don’t have a degree in medicine and/or psychology (yet)- just lots of advice that has worked for people I know. (I’ll try to leave out the obvious ones.  I mean, everyone knows you should eat […]

    10 Reasons Why It’s Totally OK That You’re Procrastinating Right Now

    December 5, 2018
    article by Arya Okten

    You deserve this. You’ve been working really hard lately! Like, super hard! Winter break is only like two weeks away — it’s not like any decision you make at this point could actually affect your grades that badly. It’s only a couple of minutes… or hours… or days… Even though society wants you to forget […]

    Mash-Ups of Songs With the Same Names That Shouldn't Exist

    November 29, 2018
    article by Kahini Mehta

    … and how long I could listen to them for (each of them is roughly 2 minutes long.)   1.Rockstar Nickelback x Miley Cyrus (or Hannah Montana… idk) https://rave.dj/NcdqVrenCfI05A They say Hannah went off the rails, but they ain’t seen nothing yet. HOW LONG DID I LAST? The whole 2 minutes. It was one of […]

    The Fall of Fall

    November 14, 2018
    article by Julianne Center

    If you’re anything like me, you’re trying to hold on to these last days of autumn. You find yourself Snapchatting trees that stop you in your tracks, or picking leaves up off of the sidewalk to press into your journal. Your walks have gotten longer as your fingers have gotten colder and your sneakers are […]

    Meal Plan Is A Scam

    November 8, 2018
    article by Arya Okten

    Extra, extra: Meal plan is a scam. (If meal plan is a part of your financial aid package, please read until the end.) Here’s the meal plan situation by the numbers: When examining these numbers, take into consideration that millennials spend an average of $237 dollars on groceries per month, which comes to about $2.67 […]