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Advice for the holidays: for once, let everything go

Anyone who knows me knows that I like to complain about the little things as much as the big things. Possibly it's a side-effect of being the youngest child, but I think it's more likely a generational issue. We're used to getting everything we ask for as soon as we ask for it. It could be Netflix streaming slowly or a slightly long line outside of the caf, but mostly daily inconveniences pop up all over social media and fare forced upon those unlucky enough to be within earshot. It doesn't matter where we are or who we're with, there's always something to whine about.


A message to Batman fans: give Ben Affleck a chance

By now, you've probably heard that Ben Affleck will play Batman in the upcoming Batman-Superman crossover film. And if you've heard about it, even if you're not much of a Dark Knight fan, you almost certainly have an opinion about it.


This is why we can't have nice things

Why is it that every time something new comes along, someone has to go and use it for exploitation or bullying? Better yet, why has this escalated to people exploiting themselves for online infamy?


We should take time to think and disconnect daily

Modern technology drives us to be connected every minute of the day. Social media are a main vessel that people use to stay connected, and it seems as if we are all constantly refreshing our Twitter, Instagram and Facebook feeds to learn the latest about the world around us.


Expect the unexpected, especially on the road

Two weeks ago, my boyfriend Jamy was picking me up from campus to drive us back to our hometown in South Jersey. It has been an ongoing ritual since I have started college, and we plan our schedules accordingly so we can leave campus the same night we finish our classes.

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