The latter part of the 2010s has proven to be nothing short of a hellscape of scandal, opinions and angry mobs. It’s a cultural phenomenon called “The Culture Wars”, and the deeper into it we get, the more divided we seem to become, with the left calling for the right to be punched and harassed, the right calling for the left to be “owned” and “triggered,” and both calling for the shutting-up of those damn centrist “fence-sitters” who have committed the unearthly sins of being politically open-minded and legitimately hearing both sides out.
As some may find this month the perfect time to profess their love to another, what with Valentine’s day and all, I wanted to stress upon those who are single to not place any pressure on yourself to find love. It shall come when the time is right.
When we think of the apocalypse, a couple of images come to mind. There are the grand displays of alien motherships, staffed with plunderers from another world invading our own. But reality paints a different picture.
We used to be more ambitious in this country. Early 20th century lifestyle magazines were littered with images of flying cars and space colonization. Today, we’ve seem to have fallen short of most of these goals.
It took nine years of the Western experience for me to discover that we are not free.
Artwork by Tess Bergman To the two pre-med students on the bus: I’m sorry you had no form of entertainment today — no interesting patient story to share…
Why is it that when a girl of lighter complexion, of 1A hair texture, or simply just white wears something, it is then respected in the fashion world?
“You’d look prettier if you smiled.” Most women have, at least once in their lives, heard someone tell them that they should smile more. It’s a line usually…