All posts tagged "Column"

  • Back-to-School Blues: September Music Suggestions

    As another school year has arrived, so has the eminent need for new music to drown your sorrows in. Here are some of my recommendations...

  • Apple Music vs Spotify

    Everyone loves music. Today, you can stream any song you want to hear in an instant. Where you go to stream music is a tricky...

  • The Anti-Advice Column

    I recently made the not-so-great decision to bleach my hair at home, and I’d like to say it was the result of some poor advice,...

  • Column: Racists Die Every Day

    When I was seven years old, I started thinking seriously about my death. I vividly remember my brother warning me about the impending end of...

  • Remaining Abstinent

    As a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, I’ve always been taught that abstinence is the right way to go....

  • My Parents are Santa Claus

    There are few things more terrifying for the modern teenager than the text message warning that “you have used 75% of your monthly data” or...

  • Not-so-common cold

    This column comes to you from what is sure to be my death bed. For the last week, I have been infected with what I...

  • HallowTeen

    It’s that time of the year again, when everything is terrifying and teenagers are up late at night, sometimes even until the early morning hours....

  • Cards, Sex, and Cheerios

    There are fifty-two cards in a deck, or, if you include jokers, fifty-four. I learned this lesson the hard way, through a game of “52...

  • Lies in Disguise

    Clichés, we learned in our first semester of freshman English class, are to be avoided. Like a literary equivalent to stale saltine crackers, not even...