So should you do it for the Instagram?

“Let’s take a selfie together,” is something all of us have heard at some point. Furthermore, we have all taken selfies on our own accords; some partake more frequently than others. There is no denying that we are living in…

0 Comments / 122 View / April 25, 2015

The Fall of a Sparrow: The Circular Tragedy of LeBron James

Stop me if you’ve heard this story before: a former fan base of LeBron James does not much care for him. I know this to be true, because I am a diehard member of this fan base. I even like…

0 Comments / 111 View / April 23, 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 / 202 View / April 22, 2015

Daring to Identify as Disabled

College students face mountains of decisions when they first get to college. They wonder what classes to take or which major to pursue. They try to find and fit into a fabulous new group of friends. They join the campus…

0 Comments / 282 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 / 143 View / April 21, 2015

The Creation of a Serial Killer: Nature vs. Nurture

Dexter Moser was born on February 1st in 1971. Dexter lived most of his childhood life with his older brother, Brian, and Laura Moser, his mother. Unfortunately for this family, Laura Moser was a drug addict, but she never let her bad habits affect her love for her children. When Dexter was three, Laura Moser began acting as an informant in the Estrada drug cartel….

1 Comment / 47242 View / April 20, 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 / 143 View / April 19, 2015

The Stunning Rise of Body Modifications

Imagine living in a time when body modifications were still taboo. Try to conjure a mental slideshow of the various looks of disapproval your body would endure if you had a tattoo sleeve in, say, the eighties. It’s difficult to…

0 Comments / 772 View / April 17, 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 / 236 View / April 14, 2015

The Ghost of Mandela: Mortal Men, Rappers, and the Desolation of Free Speech

“Ask Obama, I can’t even pay / for a doctor for my momma.” “Ain’t nobody selling records / n—-s selling their cars.” “Over a little bread / that’s when friends start beefin’.” “Your baby mama on your back / telling…

0 Comments / 272 View / April 14, 2015