It feels like the credits should be rolling at the end of a coming-of-age movie. I should have learned something important about myself. I should be ready to move on to another part of my life. Instead, I find myself asking the same question over and over again: Why am I still here?
What do you do when the person you love says that they don’t love you anymore? The girl who, by her own admission, said you treated her perfectly — that you made her so happy for a long time, but she just doesn’t have the same feeling now? You can’t really be mad, because nobody did anything wrong. You can’t fix anything because nothing is broken.
Amazon Union organizers were quiet about the decision, but given the paradoxical nature of the very term “Amazon Union,” there can only ever be an Amazon Union organizer for about three seconds.
An officer on the front lines of the Minneapolis protests has been put on two weeks paid leave after he failed to fire pepper balls at a local news crew. The Internal Affairs Committee for the Minneapolis Police Department confirmed that Percy Cutor had decided not to fire on reporters even though they had identified themselves as press and were wearing safety vests.
After putting our thumbs up our asses for the past week, the administration has come to the following conclusion:
A number of students appeared ready to charge. But right before they were about to clash, Rick Gatteau appeared in a flash of smoke in the center of the fountain.
Police responding to a noise complaint on Saturday night were unsurprised to find rowdy partygoers in a downtown apartment complex. What they weren’t expecting was a costume party featuring a white woman doing her best Trudeau impression.
The professor in question has been bombarded with class evaluations accusing him of presenting PowerPoints that aren’t his, leaving unprepared TAs to teach the class, making students wait outside of the classroom while he prints more exams during a test and putting on Crash Course videos for an entire hour and twenty-minute lecture.
Some of the biggest competitive Esports scenes are typically raised by their parent company, with Riot Games creating the League of Legends scene, Blizzard creating the Overwatch League, etc. But one of the industry’s most popular series of all time, Super Smash Bros., had its competitive scene neglected since birth. So how did it end up so successful today without any support from the people who made the game?