BY JESSE KLEIN
The way I lived fit all the social definitions of middle class I had ever heard. My mistake was that I believed those definitions and lifestyles fully and accurately described middle class.
BY JENNY WANG
In the future, please, if we are expected to keep plowing through when school is in session, then at least let us have this short week to ourselves, with a more reasonable workload: less, not more, than what we are expected to finish during the rest of the semester.
BY ELI CAHAN
Driven by an incessant fear of a risk on the one hand and a slowly developing neuro-sensory attachment on the other, we are relying on our own feelings to navigate the seas of romance more than ever.
BY KATIE KOZIARA
I think sometimes all you need is a best friend and a fairy godmother to ignore all the reasons why you can’t accomplish a dream.
BY ERIC KUKIELKA
It’s people at their worst, people at their best and everything in between. Honestly, it’s humans being human, and it’s a great thing to be a part of.
BY SYDNEY HARTLE
Ah. Daylight saving time. Winding the clocks forward is an annual source of annoyance for me, one that does not get easier with experience. The older I get, the less sense it makes. Why am I subjecting myself to an hour less of sleep?
BY LAUREN RICHMOND
It’s the most annoying time of the year, thanks to Facebook. Spring technically doesn’t start until the 20, and yet as we scroll down our news feeds, it’s clear that here at the University, vacation photo uploading season has officially begun.
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