I was a "Star Wars" kid.
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I was a "Star Wars" kid.
At this point in the semester we're all just trying to get through Finals Week. The stresses of the year are starting to pile up, especially for 2,308 students who are on track to graduate this December.
The NBA regular season tipped off just about a month ago, but NBA 2K season is in full swing for third and fourth generation console users worldwide.
Since the day we were born, we have grown up in a society that relentlessly preaches and encourages a strong foundational belief in the irrational theory, "time is money." No wonder it seems absurd to us to prioritize precious minutes of relaxation to sit down, turn on the news and catch up on current events or devote just a few moments of our daily lives to research political topics to help develop educated opinions.
I know that being environmentally friendly is not always the most convenient thing to do, but we live in a wasteful society with a short attention span. Most people think “going green” means returning their empty pop cans every month. I am tired of being one of the few who cares about living a sustainable life.
Since the terrorist attacks in Paris, the idea of accepting Syrian refugees within the borders of Europe and the U.S. has changed dramatically.
In January, I wrote my first and only column responding to the terrorist attack on French satire magazine Charlie Hebdo, which claimed the lives of 12 satirists and five others in the Ile-de-France region.
I don’t think any particular lead will ever be able to describe the chaotic feelings that are rising in the city of Paris, my hometown.
When most people think about religion or church they usually depict it the same way. A person, whether it’s the pastor, minister, deacon, reverend or priest, standing in front relaying a message to the congregation. However, word of mouth is not the only way to practice religion.
It’s a weekday. I’m walking to an interview in between classes, running on two hours of sleep and three cups of coffee. My hair is thrown up in a messy bun and I’m wearing my favorite crewneck, courtesy of Salvation Army. Suddenly, a huge honking noise followed by yelled comments on my outfit comes from a couple of guys in a passing car before they speed off. Momentarily startled, I continue walking, going over the questions I plan on asking my source, relatively unfazed.
Ok, so you’re in college now and meeting tons of attractive people. Maybe you’re thinking about hooking up with one or more of them, or maybe you already have.
Just in time for Halloween, the hosts of Central Michigan Life's podcast "Horror Central" chose their Top Five scary movies of all time.
Are you following events on campus?
“The Last Witch Hunter” follows Kaulder, a witch hunter played by Vin Diesel cursed with immortality when he killed the Witch Queen 800 years prior to the main story.
Going Greek is one of the few things students can do to become more involved on campus.
“Boy toy or girl toy?” the McDonald’s cashier asks innocently after I order a Happy Meal for my son.
Sometimes, I feel like people think that LGBT stands for Lesbian Gay Bacon and Tomato at the rate that society forgets about bisexuals and transgender individuals.
One of my main concerns in life is making sure I portray myself so the world sees an accurate representation of my core morals and values. This includes every way I express myself, from how I act, what I say and all of my personal social media outlets.
A woman you know has been sexually assaulted.