Flashback to 2004. What were you doing? I was seven and not doing much. Roger
Film has been weaved into the fabric of my intellectual life.
A friend of mine told me to listen to Pvris (pronounced Paris) about a year
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The U.S Open is heralded to be the last big stop on the tennis calendar
Peter Bogdanovic, director of The Last Picture Show (1971), famously courted the women who were
Atheism is a word that carries with it a considerable burden.
Thomas Menke is a sophomore midfielder who is gaining traction and building a reputation on
Lying in bed before I fall asleep, I often have some of my most profound
Sophomore cornerback Essang Bassey has been an example of defensive success during this new era
We are all familiar with Robert Pattinson, the golden-eyed heartthrob who brought every teenage girl’s
With fast food options around every corner and a seemingly never-ending stock of meal swipes,
Over spring break, I read a short book by Fritz Pappenheim called The Alienation of
Language is fascinating. The way words can seem to shimmer and bounce off one another
It’s interesting when you look at a family.
Human beings are funny. When things unfold a certain way, there’s a programmatic response we
Most people regard art history as a discipline to be a somewhat fatuous or impractical
For the tennis world, the Australian Open serves as a renaissance every year of tennis
There’s a lot of buzz in social media culture about long night rides, their power,
The beauty of doing things alone may seem a misty and distant proposition. Why do
The lilt of life through the lens of a college student is something of an
“Obamacare” is a loaded term in the minds of many Americans. Politicians sling it around
Books still matter. But the problem is that our attention spans are becoming blunt tools