We’re almost there, she thinks. There’s dirt in her hair and hardly any food in her stomach. They’ve been traveling for weeks now. She aches to stretch her legs, she begs to stop and rest. Her parents warn that she … Continue reading Let them in
Weather is colder. Anxiety is higher. End of the semester is closer. Thanksgiving is over, and the holiday season has almost begun. It’s that time of year again: Finals Season. All that’s left is a week or so of intense … Continue reading Self-Care During Finals Season
Use a planner to manage your time Find a quiet space to study or cry Schedule your study time using the Pomodoro Technique; work for 25 minutes, then take a five-minute break. After four work intervals, take a 30-minute break. … Continue reading Modern Loathing: How to survive finals
Recently, many musicians and actors have taken to Twitter or campaigning to voice their opinions on politics. Entire lists of artists have formally demanded that President Donald Trump stop using their music during his events. A day after the shooting … Continue reading Should Celebrities and Politics Mix?
On Oct. 3, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) conducted a test of an alert system designed to inform the public of national emergencies. Unlike weather alerts or AMBER Alerts, users with participating service providers cannot opt out of Presidential … Continue reading Modern Loathing: Presidential Alerts