Category : Lifestyle

Realism Versus Romanticism A Comparison Of Breakfast At Tiffany’s The Book Versus The Movie

The scene opens with a single car driving down a completely desolate street. It is early morning, and a 1960’s yellow taxicab is coasting to a stop in front of Tiffany & Co. on Fifth Avenue. From the cab emerges…

1 Comment / 2702 View / July 26, 2015

Summer Reading? 7 Best Classics For Undergraduates

Reading is a pastime that many people enjoy, but not many people get the opportunity to pursue. For undergraduates, reading for pleasure almost does not exist during the year because of all the reading we have to do for class….

0 Comments / 268 View / July 8, 2015

The Problem with Football

The fact that football is a dangerous game isn’t exactly news. As far back as 1860, universities such as Columbia banned the sport due to its inherent violence. Still, football continued, and 45 years later, in 1905, there were 19 fatalities nationwide, inducing clamoring…

0 Comments / 132 View / May 5, 2015

Rehan Khan & Erik Hetman Release “Headlights”

In late October of last year we did an interview with our good friend Rehan Khan.  Today he released his first ever full length original album titled “Headlights” with his partner Erik Hetman.  This project has been in development for…

1 Comment / 236 View / May 4, 2015

Kimmy Schmidt’s Advice to Undergrads

Ellie Kemper, the star of Netflix’s latest binge-watch-worthy original series The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, recently spoke to undergraduates and members of the public at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. It’s hard to think of a character who would appeal…

0 Comments / 299 View / April 27, 2015

The Truth About Modern Earth Day

Ah Earth Day. A wonderful time of year when everybody is more environmentally conscience and does their little part to help our home and the idea of a tomorrow. When our jobs and classes become clear to us as meaningless…

0 Comments / 246 View / April 26, 2015

The Film That Speaks To Our Hearts Following Recent School Shootings: Rudderless

With all the buzz surrounding the Academy Awards ceremony that took place on Sunday, February 22nd, it is easy to get caught up in the glitz and glamour of the nominated films. While some avid film fans may be disappointed…

0 Comments / 213 View / April 22, 2015

Review of It’s Me Hilary: The Man Who Drew Eloise

Remember your favorite childhood picture book. Close your eyes and think about the illustrations: the hyperbolic colors, the cartoonish proportions, the fantastical settings. Recall the excitement of turning the pages, anticipating the words on the page you almost knew by…

1 Comment / 145 View / April 21, 2015

College Spring Time Survival Guide

Now that the sun is back out, and the grass is turning green it is time to head outside and enjoy yourself with some relaxation and light after being cooped up all winter. This means good friends, good food and…

0 Comments / 146 View / April 19, 2015

‘One Big Happy’ Flop?: The NBC Relationship (Comedy) Curse

On March 17th, NBC premiered One Big Happy, a Three’s Company-esque sitcom about a straight guy who decides to have a baby with his lesbian best friend before meeting and marrying the love of his life. The show marks NBC’s…

0 Comments / 238 View / April 14, 2015