They say to see a person’s true personality you should see how they react when presented with a frustrating situation. But to see a student’s true colors, just check out their class notes.
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Trips to the circus always make for a fun time.
Hot girl summer is upon us, and the hashtags seem to follow us on every social media platform. Along with the growing posts, the temperature has also started to follow suit. Florida is experiencing the hottest summer in decades, causing harm to its hot inhabitants.
The familiar saying — yes, the cliche one aboue sticks and stones — brings back childhood memories of teasing and shoving in the elementary school playground. While not everyone has experienced bullying firsthand, we’ve all encountered it at some point throughout our K-12 school years.
Tuition. Rent. Food. School Supplies. Gas. Parking decals. If you’re a student, you’ve probably had to pay for some, if not all, of these expenses before you started your first day at school. And just when you think your bank account is done playing limbo, your professor says those dreaded four words: “The textbook is mandatory.”
The beginning of any first date includes a few things: introductions, awkward small talk and both parties staring at each other to check if their date looks just as good as they did in their profile. With one out of every ten American adults looking for love online, it’s often difficult to stand out from the crowd. Filters and Facetune can help, but what is the differentiation between putting your best self out there and pretending to be someone you’re not?
Across multiple religions, giving back to the poor is highly encouraged and thought to make one closer to enlightenment. Whether religious or not, giving for the sake of others just feels good and can help others feel good as well.
Art takes multiple forms. While paintings and sculptures are the first mediums to come to mind, films, television shows, stand-up comedy and music are also prominent forms of art. Whether you’re listening to Miley Cyrus’s new album “SHE IS COMING,” laughing at the latest comedy special released on Netflix or watching Pokémon Detective Pikachu in theaters while having no prior knowledge of Pokémon, you interact with artists and their artwork.
Picture this: you’re going through your dating apps for the third time today hoping to find something real. After swiping left on every guy with “here for a good time, not a long time” in his bio, you find him. He has no bad tattoos, no sleazy pick-up line and, most important of all, he’s not holding a fish in any of his photos.