With the quarter almost over, I was saying some small goodbyes to the teachers and students I had met in my Religious Beliefs class and discussed briefly whether a few of us atheists thought morality is socially constructed or if it is evolutionary (the usual conversation piece).
Ah, March — the time for squirrels, baby bunnies, green grass and drunken Irishmen.
I believe in good people.
For years, there has been an obvious discrepancy between men’s and women’s rights. There were laws prohibiting women’s voting, right to education, legal rights and other such atrocities, but I wonder if now the pendulum of equality has crossed — once more — beyond the center divide.
Your mom listens to Josh Groban.
Last week, a friend of mine got a knife pulled on him.
We all consume sugar regularly and enjoy feasting on the nicknamed “empty calories.”
Winter Quarter has finally come to an end. Yet for some reason I have some of the lowest grades I’ve had in years. But granted, I’m not literally failing every class, I was inspired to take a closer look at the classes I’ve been sitting in for the past 10 weeks. Guess how many actually pertained to my major? One.
Well, it finally reached above 50 degrees last week and consistently poured rain.
This week, I was going to write about the primaries in Michigan and Arizona. But then I figured, if I’ve stopped caring about this primary season, then you know the season has gone far too long.
If you read last week’s column, you’ll remember what has been going on in my family lately.
With the weekend’s 2012 Oscars red carpet still fresh in our minds, it’s time to consider the most memorable moment of the annually deified ceremony.
Heart-shaped pendants. Golden promise rings. Diamond-encrusted bracelets. The sheer amount of romantically-themed jewelry I see worn these days both astounds and confounds me.
I was at a party during Sibs Weekend.
Feelings of hopelessness have become a common trend throughout campus this past winter season, at least for me. Luckily, I’ve had an excuse for it: Seasonal Affective Disorder.
I’m an atheist. That phrase tends to have a negative connotation attached to it, but more people every day feel free to own up to those words.
Americans consistently and greatly exaggerate the value and benefit of democracy. It must be admitted the worst tendency in democracy is that it destroys the conception of a private realm wherein political and social power cannot intervene without committing a great injustice.
Last Wednesday my aunt was diagnosed with breast cancer, for the third time. They said she is now in stage four. Upon hearing this, my first reaction was to think of how bad this really is. Could her years really be numbered? My second reaction was reminiscing about her.
Bombay Sapphire Gin, a dash of blue Curacao, tonic, an olive, a slice of orange garnish and a New York bar, and, ta-da! You have the Lintini! Yes, it’s “Linsanity” high time across all of New York and much of the world as the basketball sensation Jeremy Lin sweeps the sports stage, transforming himself from a virtual unknown dumped by both Golden State and Houston to the New York Knicks superstar.
Large breasts, tight buns, long flowing golden locks: it’s fairly well-known what men are supposed to find attractive in women.