With the election over, there is finally a moment when both major political parties can examine their current standings and future paths.
Early Sunday, the U.S.
Event horizon (noun): the point in space where gravity is so great, not even light can escape. Meaningful differences still exist beyond the event horizon, but due to a massive gravitational pull, an outside observer can’t differentiate between any objects after that point.
The Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein filed for a recount in Pennsylvania, a state Hillary Clinton lost — which helped pave the way for Donald Trump’s election win. Imagine going back in time two months and telling yourself that sentence was true.
Over Thanksgiving break, I went to see the new coming-of-age film, “The Edge of Seventeen,” expecting to see myself in Hailee Steinfeld’s awkward, selfish, yet entirely relatable protagonist, Nadine.
I registered for the final classes of my undergraduate career Wednesday morning, and only as I wrote this sentence did it hit me how odd that is.