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    Recommended Midterm Playlist

    October 10, 2018
    article by Eashan Das

    In case you somehow are still unaware of your impending doom, we’re here to remind you that IT’S MIDTERM SEASON AGAIN! WOO-HOO! Here’s a playlist, with some tweaks to the wonderful lyrics that we know and love, which can help you make sense of things got this bad… Shopping Period: It’s early in the semester, […]

    Things I Wish I'd Said Earlier

    October 10, 2018
    article by Kahini Mehta

    tw, cw: mental illness, suicide, eating disorders, loss Hey, you. Yes, you. You in the corner over there, Hiding behind your long hair So that no one can see the desperation in your eyes. I just wanted to tell you: It’s okay. It’s okay that you have to hide.

    Procrastination Nation: A Day In The Life

    October 10, 2018
    article by Callie Zola

    We’re students. Procrastinating is in our blood. People who can go and crank out all of their reading responses or problem sets or papers in one sitting both impress and, quite frankly, terrify me. But most of us don’t have the luxury of time management, so we’re left with growing piles of work we either […]

    Top 10 Worst Adam Sandler Movies

    September 27, 2018
    article by Zach Zola

    Embarking on this project may have been the toughest challenge of my life. I did not intend to subject myself to over 20 hours of Adam Sandler this week, but here we are. I want to preface this by saying that I like a lot of Adam Sandler movies. I do. The issue is that […]

    Pros and Cons of "The Rodent"

    September 26, 2018
    article by Arya Okten

    Pros:  The visceral reaction to “Rodent” is more analogous to the Sharpe Refectory experience than “Ratty.” A “rodent” was found dead in the building, not a “ratty.”  Anarchy for the sake of anarchy is, at its core, kind of fun.   I don’t really remember why it’s called the Ratty, at least this way I’ll have […]